Recently awarded Forbes 30 under 30 (Asia), Mr. Alvin Cheung is the CEO & Co-Founder of HandyRehab, Zunosaki Limited, a company working on technologies that could improve the quality of life for the disabled. Currently, HandyRehab has already entered international markets such as Spain, Germany, China and Japan!
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About the speaker Alvin Cheung is the Co-Founder and CEO of HandyRehab (Zunosaki Limited), a health-tech startup devoted to bringing affordable robotics into communities and households. With extensive understanding of community healthcare needs and healthcare services providers, Alvin oversees the commercialisation of technology, business development and fund-raising across the venture. Recently, Alvin has been selected as a Forbes 30 Under 30 honouree. In 2020, Alvin was recognised by Tatler as a Gen.T Leader of Tomorrow for shaping Asia’s future, among a group of 400 trailblazing entrepreneurs and creatives who are driving positive impact and catalysing change in Asia. Alvin was born and raised in Hong Kong and had later spent time in London and South Carolina. Outside of work, he enjoys playing sports and spending time in nature. He graduated from the International Business and Chinese Enterprise Programme of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. About the Moderator Gavin joined PI Centre in 2018 with his startup Auto Keto. Gavin obtained his undergraduate degree as a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science from King’s College London, then received a Master of Science degree in biomedical engineering from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2019. During his Master’s studies, he noticed the potential market of monitoring progress in fitness through tracking body ketone levels and was inspired by Professor Aaron Ho from CUHK to develop his own breath sensors. Gavin founded King’s Phase Technologies shortly after his graduation to further expand his business ideas. Over the past two years, R&D in ketone sensors has provided multiple breakthroughs. The current sensor is capable of a sensing range of parts per billion, which is over 1000X more sensitive than currently available sensors. The sensor is expected to be packaged into portable breathalyzers and smart masks and commercialized by the end of 2021.