Maxis Awards 2022
Together with SEBA, Maxis continues to support innovative changemakers in Malaysia.
Learn more about our Maxis Awards winners and how their projects can make an impact for our nation's progress.
Food Aid Foundation’s goal is to end hunger by addressing food surplus within the supply chains. Through an integrated system that can streamline logistics and inventory management, FAF strives to reduce food wastage as well as improve the efficiency of collection and food supply delivery. Together with Maxis, FAF aims to leverage the power of digital innovation in a bid to scale their efforts in helping the underprivileged by ensuring a competent and strategic resource planning in food distribution.
Read more about Food Aid Foundation here.
As the first on-demand recycling service in ASEAN, Project ERTH utilises a network of freelance heroes to collect old, used or unwanted electronics directly from Malaysian homes and businesses. Together with Maxis, they hope to maximise their impact by making e-waste recycling easy, convenient and rewarding.
Read more about Project ERTH here.
To date, Malaysia has lost millions of tree covers due to urbanisation alone. Yet, TRCRC believes it is not too late to mitigate the impacts it may have on our nation's cities and communities. By utilising the benefits of digitalisation, Project Benih is working closely with Maxis to implement long-term solutions for community-led restoration projects to address climate resilience and strengthen sustainable livelihoods.
Read more about Project Benih here.
A leading provider of safety technology and integration systems, Viva Odyssey strives to reduce workplace accidents worldwide. Together with Maxis, they aim to provide solutions that can take form in wearable tech or a mobile application that improves workplace personnel safety.
Read more about Viva Odyssey here.
An impact enterprise providing building design and environmental consultancy services, SEAD Industries Sdn Bhd is a rising establishment with hopes of creating a Sustainable Bamboo Harvesting Programme. Together with the help of Maxis and the state government of Perak, they hope to rehabilitate ex-mining lands to plant bamboo that will create long term effect to the environment.
Read more about SEAD Industries here.