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Opportunities in APAC's US$3 Trillion ageing market

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Ageing Asia Viewpoints - Edition #1: 2013 - Global leaders share their outlook on the future of ageing business opportunities in Asia Pacific

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Opportunities in APAC's US$3 Trillion ageing market

  1. 1. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comJAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  2. 2. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comAGEING ASIA VIEWPOINTS: EDITION #1 - 2013JAPANPROFESSOR HIROYUKI MURATAPRESIDENTMURATA ASSOCIATES“The biggest market now is Japan, whose market size exceeds more than 77 TrillionYen. As a new generation of seniors become an ageing population, the biggestopportunities are more stylish products, there is an opportunity for reasonable costHOUSING PRODUCTS WITH PREVENTIVE CARE SERVICES.”JAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  3. 3. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comAGEING ASIA VIEWPOINTS: EDITION #1 – 2013SINGAPOREDR MARY-ANN TSAOPRESIDENTTSAO FOUNDATION“Current cohorts of older people in Asia Pacific still tend to be more disadvantaged,but looking into the future, it will be relatively positive for the baby boomers. Affluentbaby boomers would be interested in health and vitality, lifestyle and activities thatenhance learning, meaning and self-development. Market opportunities include:home and housing; health promotive products and services; travel, especiallyhealth retreats and “socially responsible” tourism; and private integrative caremanagement/concierge services that provide hassle free management andcoordination of health, social and leisure needs, either for themselves or theirelderly parents ”JAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  4. 4. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comAGEING ASIA VIEWPOINTS: EDITION #1 – 2013SINGAPOREMR ONG CHU POHGROUP EXECUTIVE DIRECTORECON HEALTHCARE PTE LTD“The ageing market, either in services or products for the aged, will havetremendous growth potential. The sizable ageing population, coupled with speedyeconomic growth in Asia Pacific will drive market opportunities in products andservices that cater to the physical, mental, social, psychological and materialneeds of the aged.”JAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  5. 5. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comAGEING ASIA VIEWPOINTS: EDITION #1 – 2013HONG KONG SARDR JANE LEEDIRECTORHONG KONG SHENG KUNG HUI WELFARE COUNCIL“It is a worldwide phenomenon that the post WWII babyboomers are entering into oldage. Asia Pacific countries have no exception. We are having many “young olds”who are health conscious and expect to live longer. Primary health care serviceswhich have a stronger medical and social interface will help “young olds” tocope with early onset of chronic illness; it would be a business with a promisingfuture”JAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  6. 6. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comAGEING ASIA VIEWPOINTS: EDITION #1 – 2013HONG KONG SARMR PATRICK TSANGGENERAL MANAGER (PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT)HONG KONG HOUSING SOCIETY“In nearly all regions in Asia Pacific, the media age is increasing but the birth rate isdeclining. The relationship between these two factors results in one of the mostsignificant social and economic upheavals affecting most countries. One of the majorchanges in the development of the senior market is providing services andproducts to meet the psychological and physiological needs of the ageingpopulation. Apart from Japan, most countries have under-estimated the ageingmarket potential of the more affluent and well-educated segment. With improvementin our knowledge of the needs of older people, we can accelerate development ofmiddle to high-end retirement housing with associated healthcare servicesand facilities and high technology products that facilitate independence ofseniors in Asia Pacific”JAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  7. 7. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comAGEING ASIA VIEWPOINTS: EDITION #1 – 2013AUSTRALIAMR TAN CHOE LAMFOUNDER & MANAGING DIRECTORJETA GARDENS GROUP, AUSTRALIA“With the emergence of the baby boomers into the retirement age, opportunities areopen to all to provide appropriate retirement units, aged care beds, home careplaces, E-health technologies and training of clinical and care personnel. I will seethat it will start from the higher end and gradually popularising down to the lower endof the market”JAPAN | SINGAPORE | HONG KONG SAR | AUSTRALIA
  8. 8. www.ageingasiainvest.comGLOBAL AGEING INDUSTRYTRAINING PROGRAMMESChanging the way we age in AsiaEarly Bird Rates: http://ageingasiainvest.com/upcoming-events/
  9. 9. Changing the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.comCALL FOR SPEAKERSWe are looking to showcase the world’s most innovative models of care that willimprove quality of living and happiness of older adults – Housing, Healthcare,Eldercare, Technology, Wellness & Finance. Write to us today.For more information:Ms Janice Chia, Founder and Managing Director, janicechia@ageingasiainvest.comMs Slywin Ang, GM and Business Development, sylwinang@ageingasiainvest.comWhere 500 Developers, Operators & Investors meet to access a US$3 Trillion ageing market
  10. 10. UKJAPANCHINAHONG KONGMALAYSIASINGAPOREINDONESIAAUSTRALIANEW ZEALANDThe Ageing Asia Global NetworkMYANMARPHILIPPINESFacilitating business partnerships, investments and industrydevelopment in over 10 countrieswww.ageingasiaalliance.comChanging the way we age in Asia www.ageingasiainvest.com

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