The Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit

Ponte Giulio in Hong Kong with its safe and exclusive solutions for bathroom accessibility

Thanks to IPA, the company’s solutions we exhibited in the Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit (GIES)

Ponte Giulio, thanks to IPA - its strategic partner in Hong Kong - and one of its biggest dealers, attended the Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit (GIES), the largest gerontechnology public education event in Hong Kong, (November 3-6 2021).
IPA exhibited in its partner's stand, Ponte Giulio’s Tubocolor L-shape safety grab bar, the HUG chair and folding seat, and the Urban People range grab bars.

Hosted by the HKSAR Government and the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, and co-organised with the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, this Expo has solicited support and aroused attention not only from the general public, who explored and learned about various gerontechnology and solutions in GIES, but the elderly and rehabilitation service sector too, which has become more willing to adopt gerontech. This event also facilitates the development of several pilot services and projects and provides a platform, drawing together stakeholders to engage in dialogue and collaboration for broader adoption of gerontech. GIES further helps to drive society and economic developments in Hong Kong, for meeting the challenge brought about by population ageing and disability.

“For us it’s a great opportunity to let Hong Kong people know how safe and functional our solution for a gerontech market are – says Marco Ragno, Ponte Giulio’s Export Manager -. But it’s a great honor to participate in a such important events which network publicinstitutions and private companies to create a better world for elderly people. We thank IPA for this chance which, we are sure, will bring us closer and became partner of a process to draw attention to the challenges brought about by ageing population and disability”.

Ponte Giulio’s grab bars and seats in Hong Kong
Ponte Giulio’s  grab bars exposed in Hong Kong