Aging, and the mobility, health and social challenges that come along with it, are universal. Aging2.0 envisions a world where older adults have access to life-changing innovations and technologies that are being developed in all corners of the world.
That’s why we’re kicking off 30 pitch events in 30 cities within 30 days on September 8, 2015. This global initiative will give budding entrepreneurs the opportunity to present their products and services, network with key constituents in their communities and collect feedback from consumers and peers.
Each event will allow for several startups to pitch and answer questions from the audience. The audience, including a panel of older adults, will then vote on a winner, who will have the chance to pitch to the larger Aging2.0 community and attend our Aging2.0 AgeTech Expo in November.
So, how can YOU get involved in this movement?