Investor and business mentor Chris Gray and entrepreneur Michael Panaccio will join co-founders COO Simon Heaysman and CEO Greg Satur on the board of directors at aged and community care startup Hayylo.
Mr Gray co-founded aged care software vendor iCare Health before it was acquired by Telstra Health in 2014, and also set up Melbourne-based Agnes Investments, an investor in Hayylo.
Michael Panaccio is investment principal at venture capital manager Starfish Ventures and has been a director of technology businesses in Australia and the US.
“We feel very privileged for collaborating and having the inputs of high calibre executives in our strategic plan and vision for the future”, Mr Satur said.
The announcement of the new executive appointments follows that of Megan Braithwaite as National Director of Accounts and Growth last October.
Positive social impact
Mr Heaysman says the new appointments cement Hayylo’s commitment to being a positive social impact organisation.
Hayylo has grown rapidly since its launch in 2015 and is used by 50,000 care recipients. It currently has contracts with providers including Goodwin Aged Care, Chorus, integratedliving, Lifecare, Novacare and Churches of Christ in Queensland.
Hayylo’s customer service platform of the same name, which helps providers interact with care recipients, has also been recognised with a number of aged care technology awards.
It was named Joint Overall Winner at the 2018 ITAC conference as well as best consumer solution.
The company was also awarded CareFactor’s 2019 Innovation in Aged Care Award.
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