BeBonobo (Azerbaijan, Malaysia, Yemen)

Jasur Hasanov; Kay Ong; Madyan Aziz Hasan Malfi

BeBonobo promotes conscious consumption that exemplifies a sharing economy by disrupting current consumption patterns. They are a free online network that connects individuals and businesses to list unwanted items and search for wanted items.

Kama Batik (Indonesia)

Novi Anathasya Purba; Ajeng Hilarysa Pramesti; Dyah Rasyida

Kama Batik collects waste from batik companies and upcycles them into products such as necklaces, bracelets, bags, and hair accessories. In the process, they provide periodic training sessions to unemployed women for them to gain employment.

Nomad (Singapore)

Muhammad Haziq Bin Mohd Rashid; Mohd Nasrul Bin Rohmat

Nomad seeks to partner local artisans in India’s rural communities to create unique crafts. With its modern appeal, the crafts will be sold to a wider customer, which can help uplift these communities by enabling better access to higher quality education.

Praxium (Singapore)

Louis Puah; Xiu Min Lim

Praxium creates experiential projects, centred on careers that align with the interests of youths aged 14 to 18, with the support of industry professionals who serve as mentors and coaches. Each project culminates in a tangible product or event that gives students something valuable for their portfolios. They hope to build a community of empowered youths, confident in their ability to direct their lives, and create positive change in society.

PsychKick (Singapore)

Shafiqah Nurul Afiqah Binte Ramani; Sayid Hafiz Bin Sayid Zin

PsychKick is a mobile application that strengthens engagement between psychotherapists and clients in between treatments. Through their technology, they want to reduce high dropout rates of patients due to the lack of engagement between psychotherapists and patients in between treatment sessions.

Saadhan (India)

Mohit Dave; Pranav Harshe

Saadhan sources cashews from farmers, processes and markets service, and creates secure supply chains to markets in South Gujarat and North Maharashtra. This allows farmers to increase their earnings by having greater ownership of the food value chain, reducing poverty and resource wastage.