Contest : Philips Innovation That Matters To You

“Philips Innovation That Matters To You” is a contest that would make tomorrow a better place

It is seldom one will come across a contest that might have a significant impact on our daily lives in Malaysia. Here Philips “Innovation That Matters To You” is one of the meaningful campaign name that really says what it does. Earlier last month the “Innovation That Matters To You” had been seeking Malaysian to submit ideas to create a healthier homes or safer cities. The contest is really easy to join, just submit an idea as simple as such example: don’t fry food with oils for healthier homes is one of the way to provide a healthier homes.

Having a good idea and participating this contest will also win you prizes. The 6 winning ideas will all win Philips Prizes (see the prize photo below). Even better, do you know all 6 ideas will go through a voting phase where the numero uno, ultimate idea with the highest vote will be made come true (or realized) by Philips Malaysia? Say brighter public transportation waiting lanes to increase safety at night. Philips will make that come true!

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Grand Prize for Winning Idea:
1 unit of Philips Viva Collection Airfryer (worth RM1199.00)
1 unit of Philips Viva Collection ME Computerized Electric Pressure Cooker (worth RM499.00)

5 Consolation Prizes for Shortlisted Entries:
1 unit of Philips Living Colors Bloom Black (worth RM499.00)
1 unit of Philips RaGa MP3 Player (worth RM169.00)

I believe contests like these benefits our community. It’s another greater calling. Winning prizes is just a bonus seriously. The contest ends on 14th November, 2013 so don’t forget to just do your part as a citizen of this country to improve the quality of life for everyone Whether it is for healthier homes or safer cities, your ideas might make a difference.

Philips believe people should be healthy, live well and enjoy life. Philips is a technology company that cares about people. Philips listen, discover and challenge to deliver meaningful innovation. This project underlines their commitment to deliver innovations that matter, innovations that improve the quality of people’s lives in Asia Pacific. Philips aims to help build sustainable and livable living and working environments, promote healthy eating habits, active aging and personal- and childcare and establishing affordable and accessible health care systems and effective ways to dealing with chronic diseases. We want to work together, partner with individuals, communities and other stakeholders to combine insights with expertise, technology with funding, to deliver meaningful innovation that make a real difference in helping people live healthier, happier and more fulfilling lives.

How it works? How can you help?

This contest will be carried out via social media whereby you first log on to submit an idea, share it, vote for your favourite and the winning one will be realised.

Great things can happen when people and sheer imagination come together to produce solutions for modern living. Your innovative ideas can help Malaysians everywhere live in safer cities and healthier homes! Learn how you can make a difference. What are your ideas for building safer cities and healthier homes?

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Submitting an idea is easy but your idea needs to be also realistic, sustainable (means long term) and benefit not only yourself but many. Here’s the pointers:

Realistic – it must be practical to implement.
Sustainable – it should demonstrate long term viability.
Benefit many, not a few – the more people it benefits the better your chance of having your idea implemented.

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Visit to find out more! Also join the conversations on #meaningfulunnovation on Facebook, Twitter @PhilipsMY and Instagram! Philips Innovation That Matters To You Contest ends 14th November 2013.

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