Moroku wins Innovation Award for 2020 Nexus Startup Invitational

Date: January 21st 2021


Moroku wins Innovation Award for 2020 Nexus Startup Invitational

Realising that the worlds big challenges all need engagement.


Melbourne Vic: Moroku is the winner of the 2020 Nexus invitational Innovation Award. The award recognizes ground breaking thinking that has real potential to impact lives and the big challenges we face in the world.


“Moroku is honoured to be recognised by ACASE, the cities of Melbourne and Nanjing as being a leading innovator for the year says Colin Weir, Chief at Moroku. “All of the world’s big challenges, financial equality, COVID and planetary health are both raw science challenges as well as challenges around how people think, feel and then behave. We need to attack these challenges from the top as well as the bottom, engaging people around their responsibility and participation. The GameSystem has this capability and we are delighted that ACASE and its partners recognise this massive potential.”


“Moroku has great potential to provide innovative gaming education systems into the banks” says Henry Yang, COO at ACASE “Colin is one of the most passionate entrepreneurs we have seen.”


About ACASE: ACASE fosters connection and collaboration between entrepreneurs, innovators and industries throughout Australia and Asia, facilitating the transformation of scientific and technological innovations into tangible social and economic benefits through events and networking.


About Moroku: Characterised by games and social, customer engagement, of all ages and backgrounds, is being redefined. Customers want to have fun, take on challenges, be recognised and share. Moroku’s platform and processes create engaging digital experiences for service providers that empower customers and help everyone compete and win.


Apple, Strava, Fitbit and Garmin all get game design this with their physical fitness apps that get people engaged around tough challenges. Financial Fitness, COVID response and Planetary health are all beginning to adopt these design patterns


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