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The Aging2.0 Global Startup Search is an annual program designed to search the world for the best aging-focused startups. The competition kicks off with a series of pitch events in Chapter cities around the world, and this event is one of them!
Date/Time: Monday, April 24, 2017, 5:30-8:30 PM
Location: Hanson Bridgett LLP, 425 Market Street, 26th Floor, San Francisco, 94105
(note: PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED and the name you register with must match your ID to enter the building.)
Talk with featured startups in the demo area prior to the pitch event. Learn about what they are up to and try out their products yourself. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet and network with entrepreneurs, thought leaders and others interested in innovation around aging.
The Global Startup Search is a worldwide program. The winning startup from this pitch event will move forward to an online voting round, where the general public and panel of expert judges evaluate and contribute to the selection of the global finalists. The finale pitch event will take place during the Aging2.0 OPTIMIZE Conference in San Francisco November 14-15, 2017.
Special thanks to Hanson Bridgett for graciously providing food and drink for this event!
Chief Elder Officer and Agitator
University of California San Francisco
Director, Tideswell; Director, Clinical Programs, Office of Population Health & Accountable Care; Professor of Medicine
Hanson Bridgett, LLP
Viamonte at Walnut Creek (NCPHS affiliate)
Director of Sales and Marketing
UC Berkeley Fung Fellow
Dr. Fisher is an internal medicine physician specializing in occupational health. She is an associate clinical professor, COEH, UCB. She was, for 10 years, a lecturer in the Product Design Program, Stanford School of Engineering. For the past 4 years, given her advanced age and mobility problems, she expanded her work in user based design for occupational health and safety to co-design for aging. She is Chief Elder Officer, Aging2.0.
Her current activities in co-design for aging include mentoring design students at San Francisco State University and UCB. Two of her mentee groups were first prize winners (2015, 2016) Stanford Center on Longevity International Design competition. Dr. Fisher was recognized in 2015 by the Center and Aging2.0 for her contributions to ageless design.
Dr. Fisher speaks widely both here in the San Francisco Bay Area and nationally on Co-Design for Aging as well as judging many pitches for design in the Bay Area.
Jonathan leads the corporate department at Hanson Bridgett. He previously founded and led Hanson Bridgett’s sustainable law practice which focuses on developing a more sustainable economy by assisting mission driven companies and high impact investors in a variety of industries. He represents entities and their investors in connection with business and intellectual property transactions, including formation, finance, contracts, licenses, joint venture and development, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, e-commerce, technology-related matters and general corporate law. Jonathan also represents many non-profit charities, foundations, and business associations.
Professor, Institute for Health and Aging
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