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The Aging2.0 Asia-Pacific Summit - hosted in partnership with Silver Linings Global - is designed to educate, connect and inspire innovators in the aging industry. Providers, executives, entrepreneurs, investors and seniors themselves will benefit from rich networking, presentations on important trends & spotlights on some of the most interesting new tech companies.
Startup Bootcamp Details:
Aging2.0 seeks to find the best aging-focused startups from around the world and prepare them to work with the industry through our Startup Bootcamp. We are passionate about companies solving scalable, real life problems that are affecting the 1 billion older adults worldwide. We focus on providing support, introductions and mentorship to help companies navigate the industry and reach their growth objectives. The Startup Bootcamp is supported by Google for Entrepreneurs.
About Silver Linings Global and Aging Innovation Week:
Silver Linings Global (SLG) is a social enterprise that aims to accelerate the development of innovative solutions for older adults. To achieve this goal, one of SLG's efforts is to organize the annual event – Aging Innovation Week (AIW) as a regional platform to share best practices and facilitate dialogues and exchanges among key stakeholders in the aging sector. Over the past three years, we have invite more than 20 experts from countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan to share their perspectives and experiences with than 2000 attendees at forums and workshops. Silver Linings Global also provides strategic consulting on development of international cooperation, knowledge management, global marketing, and event management in the aging and healthcare industries.
2017 Theme: “Fun Long Life”
The theme of this year’s Aging Innovation Week is “Fun Long Life”. Human life expectancies have added 30 years over the past 100 years. Longevity is no longer a curse but more of a blessing. The longevity economy can be realized through various investment that can be made at the individual, organizational, and governmental level. For example, the individual can adopt healthy behaviors and ensure they are financially secure and socially engaged while the government work closely with care organizations to invest in talent recruitment and retention for a strong support system. By investing in longevity, we can have “Fun Long Life” as we get older.
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