Neeuro proudly announces another Award for Start-Up Category in the recently concluded APICTA 2015.
The Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) 2015 held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, from November 18 to 22, featured representatives from the 16-member economies, including Singapore’s Neeuro, a start-up that is about to launch a high-tech wearable able to measure cognitive functions and recommend appropriate brain training for a healthier mind.
APICTA Awards is an annual event that promotes ICT, enhances technological innovations, and encourages the development of indigenous ICT solutions for the global markets. This year’s theme is “Stimulating Creativity, Innovation & Excellence in ICT.” The Federation of IT Industry Sri Lanka (FITIS), BCS the Chartered Institute for IT Sri Lanka Section (BCSSL), and the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) hosted APICTA 2015 which had hundreds in attendance from the 16-member countries.
The Start-Up Category recognizes outstanding ICT companies developing innovative and potentially superior products. Neeuro, which will launch its product to the public in a few months, received the Merit Award and was represented by its co-founder and CEO, Dr. Alvin Chan, during the Awards and Gala Night held at the Nelum Pokuna-Mahinda Rajapaksa Theater in Colombo.
This is Neeuro’s second distinction as a Start-Up after it received the Silver Award from the Singapore Infocomm Technology Innovation (SiTF) 2015, for Best Innovative Start-Up (Early Stage) held in Singapore showcasing a broad range of innovations across the information, communications, and media industry.