National Institute on Ageing (NIA), Ryerson University

Re-Think Ageing Conference – Nov.24-25, 2016, Toronto

IMG_2504-300x400How has your community, your business or non-profit organization adapted its positioning to meet the needs of a “longevity society”?

Aging demographics are of varying influence to social structures and business markets around the world.

Opportunity or challenge, we face a future society where the promise of increased life expectancy is greater than at any time in human history – and thus even more, longevity is becoming an inter-generational matter.

 

Change Rangers offers insights and direction in two areas:

Business and Social Aspects of Aging Demographics

Working collaboratively with business and not-for-profit leaders to get a better focus on marketing to segments of a Boomer-plus demographic or to develop an organizational strategy to be more relevant in meeting the emergent needs & trends with this demographic shift.

Entrepreneurship in Later Life

Advising 1:1, individual business professionals “leaving the corporate crow’s nest”, to reinvest their talent in later life and to design a “portfolio” of entrepreneurial activity to include “free agent” project work, starting a consultancy or other small business.

All this is accomplished through:

Presentations, Advisory & Research Projects

Photo above by Mark Venning “Icons of Longevity”
– inside Buontalenti grotto, Giardino Di Boboli, Firenzie