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Ageing Asia Alliance

Asia Pacific’s First Industry Network on the Business of Ageing

The Ageing Asia Alliance was formed in 2012. It is Asia Pacific’s first industry network on the business of ageing. The Alliance exists to nurture investments and development of products and services that addresses the evolving needs of Asia Pacific’s 1.2 billion ageing baby boomer population, representing US$4.56 trillion (by 2025) in ageing market opportunity.

The principal goal of the Alliance is to establish a network that will be the most recognised platform for Asia Pacific’s ageing market intelligence, and to champion higher excellence in both eldercare and industry standards. It represents members with a shared vision on changing the future of ageing in the region. To date, the Alliance has over 1,700 professional members. The Alliance is an industry innovation driven by Ageing Asia – Asia’s first ageing market consultancy social enterprise.

Member Features

Industry Training

Webinars & Conferences Exhibitions
Roundtables
Masterclasses
Study Tours
Ageing Asia Digital Library

Strategic Partnerships

Business Development
Market Access
Consulting & Strategy
Buyers Procurement
Marketing & Branding
Networking Functions
Product Launches
Bespoke Events

Market Intelligence

Asia Pacific Silver Economy Business Opportunities Report
The Black Book Directory
Ageing Asia Alliance Journal
Media Monitoring
Bespoke Research
Data Analytics
Marketplace

Member Pricing and Entitlements

Please email us at marketing@ageingasia.com.sg or speak to us for a customised quote of the Alliance Membership Packages.

About Us

Ageing Asia Alliance

Asia Pacific’s First Industry Network on the Business of Ageing.

The Ageing Asia Alliance (the Alliance) was formed in 2012. It is Asia Pacific’s first industry network on the business of ageing. The Alliance exists to nurture investments and development of products and services that addresses the evolving needs of Asia Pacific’s 1.2 billion ageing baby boomer population, representing US$4.56 trillion (by 2025) in ageing market opportunity.

The principal goal of the Alliance is to establish a network that will be the most recognised platform for Asia Pacific’s ageing market intelligence, and to champion higher excellence in both eldercare and industry standards. It represents members with a shared vision on changing the future of ageing in the region. To date, the Alliance has over 1,700 professional members. The Alliance is an industry innovation driven by Ageing Asia – Asia’s first ageing market consultancy social enterprise.

Three Pillars of the Alliance

  • Facilitate knowledge transfer between international ageing market experts for Asia Pacific
  • Research market intelligence on Asia Pacific’s silver economy business opportunities
  • Improve quality of eldercare in Asia Pacific

Purpose

The Alliance seeks to unite businesses, government, not-for-profits and mainstream media in Asia Pacific together to address the current opportunities to help ageing older adults in our region. That includes prospects to improve their quality of life, health and functional capabilities.

Vision

To be recognised and valued by our members for enhancing the viability and excellence of the eldercare industry in Asia Pacific.

 

Ageing Asia International Advisory Board

An International panel of industry leaders in the business of ageing that provides strategic advice and recommendations for Ageing Asia’s industry development activities and content

Board Members

Board members, listed from left to right, top to bottom:

  • Mr Stephen Muggleton, Group CEO, Bolton Clarke, Australia
  • Mr Jim Hazel, Chairman, Ingenia Communities Group, Chairman, Omega Communities, Director, Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Limited, Australia
  • Mr Tan Choe Lam, Founder & Managing Director, Jeta Gardens Group, Australia, Jeta Care Group, Malaysia
  • Mr Kevin Ryan, Chairman, Waterbrook Asia, Australia & China
  • Ms Ninie Wang, Founder & CEO, Pinetree Care Group, Committee Member, National Senior Service Industry Advisory, China
  • Mr Patrick Tsang, General Manager – Planning & Development, Hong Kong Housing Society, Hong Kong SAR
  • Dr Jane Lee, JP, Director Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Limited, Hong Kong SAR
  • FOUNDER Ms Janice Chia, Founder & Managing Director, Ageing Asia, Singapore
  • Mr Kenneth She, CEO, Humarsa, Hong Kong SAR
  • Mr Patrick Cheung, Chairman, Waterdrops Foundation & The Jade Club, Hong Kong SAR
  • Mr Ankur Gupta, Joint Managing Director, Ashiana Housing Ltd., India
  • Prof Hiroyuki Murata, Professor, Smart Aging Research Center, Tohoku University, President, Murata Associates Inc., Japan
  • Ms Norah Barlow, CEO, Heritage Lifecare, New Zealand
  • Mr Ong Chu Poh, BBM, Executive Chairman, ECON Healthcare Group, Singapore
  • Mr Daniel Teo, Chairman & MD, Hong How Group, Singapore, Director, Tong Eng Group, Singapore
  • Dr Loke Wai Cheong, Clinical Director (Programmes)/Lead (Integrated Health), Office for Healthcare Transformation, Ministry of Health, Singapore
  • Dr Ng Wai Chong, Founder and CEO, NWC Longevity Practice, Singapore
  • Mdm Low Mui Lang, Executive Director, The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home, Singapore
  • Dr Mary Ann Tsao, Chairman & Founding Director, Tsao Foundation, Singapore
  • Prof Dr Hans Becker, Chairman, Humanitas Foundation, The Netherlands
  • Mr Nick Abbey, Chairman, Associated Retirement Community Operators (ARCO), The United Kingdom
  • Mr Mike Beyer, Chief Operating Officer, International Markets, Home Instead Inc., USA

Testimonials

“For someone like me from China,as there are currently not many players in the retirement industry in China, I appreciate having the chance to interact with key industry players in this industry and push for the growth of this industry. My biggest takeaway is to see so many companies from so many countries speaking on the elderly industry. I hope, with the help of all the industry players, to bring this industry to greater heights.”

Mr Xi Zhiyong, President,Shanghai New Gench Enterprise Group & Chairman, Cherish-Yearn Co Ltd, China.

“It has been really very interesting and very fruitful. I think this industry, we know, will continue to grow, but it will also grow in complexity. To be able to come here and to learn from people with diverse backgrounds, different experiences and who are the market leaders in their own area, has been very eye-opening because it helps us to figure out what the next steps are. As we go down the road, we know that it will be more different, it will be more demanding and it will be more segmented.

Mr Peter Quah, CEO, Kronus Co Ltd, Thailand

"It is a very good project to take all the forces together to give a collective power to this tsunami of elderly people, and the approach is also very good. From the different points of view especially on the normal things, going back to the ground (issues). Prof Murata from Japan for example, he looks for the details, the small things that are really important. I was satisfied with the whole conference.What I like very much is the difference–it is not just one type of speaker, but a big variety in the speakers and that is necessary. And what I also thought was interesting is the interest from Singapore. The minister, she is really interested, to look at other points of view, on what can be done with the scientific approach and the practical approach. Because here (at AAIF), there is a combination of scientific approach – professors like me and Murata – and people out in the field working there, and people from politics. What can we do and how can we help? It was interesting and this is only the beginning. Next year comes more!"

Professor Dr Hans Becker, Chairman, Humanitas Foundation, The Netherlands

"You have a very high caliber of delegates that are here from all over Asia, which is the part that I am very excited about. You have a good cross section fromSingapore, Malaysia, Japan and more so China as well. So from a delegate’s point of view entering Asia's aged care market, it's very well worth.The caliber of speakers that we have at the moment–obviously they are experts in their own particular fields. They are very engaging, they are enlightening but more so, very educational. Some people may just confirm their thoughts and just give an added dimension to their prospects of entering this senior living market in the Asia-Pacific."

Mr Kevin Ryan,CEO, Waterbrook Lifestyle Resorts, Australia