Global Start-Up Search Los Angeles

Los Angeles
April 18, 2017, 5:30 p.m.

Los Angeles

Aging2.0 is searching the world for the best aging-focused startups and it is a wonderful opportunity for Los Angeles to be hosting the Global Start-Up Search for the 3rd year in a row!

Through a series of local pitch events, online voting + judging, and finale showcase featuring the most elite startups, Aging2.0 will crown an entrepreneur with the grand prize: $10,000 cash, mentorship, 1-year membership to Aging2.0 Alliance, and an international spotlight.

The winning start-up from local event will be featured on the Aging2.0 website during the voting round and receive 1 free ticket to Aging2.0 OPTIMIZE (Nov 14-15).

Sponsors: If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please email losangeles@aging2.com and we’ll send you the benefit list for your investment.

Startups

Amia

Amia’s Mission: Keep elders socially connected, honored, and seen. The current model of elder care has created an epidemic of social isolation. Amia connects Friends to families with aging parents to provide the social interaction the elders crave. These connections occur through an online marketplace that lets families manage these paid, in-person visits that alleviate elder loneliness.

Mosaikx

Hipo by Mosaikx provides better care for patients of Alzheimers by allowing their family members to monitor their daily essentials.

NuEyes

NuEyes is a technology firm that has introduced a wearable device to market that improves the lives of those affected by vision loss such as macular degeneration.

Ohmni Labs

We develop affordable, easy-to-use, and useful home robots for seniors to transform the aging-in-place experience

SmallCircles

SmallCircles is a mobile app that matches family caregivers of older adults into local, small, private communities to share resources, experiences, and ideas.

Teeniors

Tech-savvy teens empowering seniors through one-on-one coaching.

Window Mirror

WindowMirror's Butterly will be a person-centered, hands free, always listening, virtual assistant for people living with dementia, caregivers, and physicians. Through word ranking and sentiment analysis algorithms Butterly will be able to support the need to track dementia progression and improve outcomes.

Judges

Rene Seidel

Rene Seidel

The SCAN Foundation

Vice President of Programs & Operations
Lena Riess

Lena Riess

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

John Kotick

John Kotick

St. Barnabas Senior Services

Vice President of Programs and Services

When

April 18, 2017
5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Where

DIRECTV Headquarters - Cafe
2260 E. Imperial Highway El Segundo90245

Host

Jon Warner

Jon Warner

Silver Moonshots

CEO

Improving the lives of older adults around the world.

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