Category Archives: longevity 21st Century

Making Sense of a Longevity Economy: Business, Career & Community.

Part One. Testing the awareness and understanding of a Longevity Economy. This is what I am conversationally provoked to do – over the last few years, informing everyday people of its meaning and highlighting the opportunities for a business, a career and a community. Breaking it down for simple clarity, with enough examples to prove

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Aging & Longevity, Conference Round Up 2019.

Here is my 2019 – 6th annual January blog post with a short list of selected major conferences or symposiums around the world, under the macro theme of Aging and Longevity. As usual, I try to avoid featuring events that are overtly commercial in nature. I look for ones that present a professional and constructive

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AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge Finale!

In Vancouver last week the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge came to a finale with the live pitch portion in this Canada-wide competition. #AWImpact was created to encourage new and unique technology-based solutions to benefit the lives of older Canadians and their caregivers. This was a crowning moment at the 4th annual AGE-WELL conference at the

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Celebrating One Longevity Market. Brain Health & Aging.

A Longevity Economy is, (as Joseph Coughlin underscores in his book by that title from last year), largely a “most misunderstood market”. Even prior to Coughlin’s book, five years ago in 2013, the AARP in collaboration with the consulting organization Oxford Economics laid it all out releasing their first Longevity Economy Report (with mainly USA-specific

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