In addition to the live, interactive sessions running throughout the week, all attendees at the Healthspan Show also have access to hours of free on-demand content. These sessions offer deeper dives into specific topic areas across the five pillars.
Harnessing the biology of ageing for advanced skincare and aesthetics
Scientists around the world are learning what ageing looks like at a biological level, and some are even developing therapies to intervene with the ageing process. Innovative thinkers in beauty and aesthetics are harnessing this knowledge to offer rejuvenation skincare that genuinely targets and modifies ageing biology. It’s a game-changer for skincare. Find out what they are doing, and how it is set to completely disrupt the beauty industry.
Carolina Reis Oliveira, CEO, OneSkin
Bernhard Paetzold, CSO, S-Biomedic
Stephanie Manson-Brown, Head of Clinical Development, Allergan
Sibylle Jäger, Innovation Manager, L’Oreal
Moderator: Angela Tyrrell, SVP, LSX
Why consumers are wild about ingestible beauty and how to seize the market opportunity for anti-ageing
The lines between beauty and supplementation are blurring with the rise of ingestible beauty and offers a huge market opportunity for anti-ageing skincare products. This session explores consumer trends in ingestible beauty and how to seize the market opportunity as longevity supplements become mainstream.
Marie Drago, Founder, Gallinee
Gina Holzer, Founder and CEO, Wholy Dose
Pupinder Ghatora, Founder and CEO, Ingenious Beauty
Benedict May, Founder, SkinWoof
Moderator: Geoff Briggs, Technology Scout (Devices & Diagnostics), Walgreens Boots Alliance
Conscious consumption and how to win the trust of health-conscious consumers
Consumers are thinking about consumption differently. While sustainability and environmental impact remain a top priority, the pandemic is driving new values around health and wellbeing including things like value, accessibility and socioeconomic equality, alcohol-alternatives and the desire to feel part of a wider community. This session looks at how conscious consumption is evolving in the wake of the pandemic and how brands should respond.
Tim Allen,Founder and CEO, SpoonGuru
Jessica Eliasi, VP, Business Development and Personalized Nutrition, Mars Edge, Mars
Martin Solnicka, Founder, Samurai Shot
Luq Niazi, Global Managing Director, Consumer Industries, IBM
Moderator: Cyrille Filott, Global Strategist - Consumer Foods, Rabobank
How to build a consumer microbiome business
Consumers are wild about microbiome, but the field has hit some snags in developing consumer-facing business models. In this session, companies who have successfully developed a consumer-facing microbiome business address how to retain scientific integrity while delivering a commercially successful model, pitfalls to watch out for and how the consumer appetite is evolving post-pandemic.
Gregory Lambert, CEO and VP R&D, TargEDys
Kristofer Cook, Co-Founder and CEO, Carbiotix
Hana Janebdar, Co-Founder and CEO, Juno Bio
Veronika Oudova, Co-Founder and CEO, S-Biomedic
Moderator: Christian Roghi, Director of Strategic Alliances, CosmosID
Is sleep really a billion-dollar business?
The sleep health industry is collectively estimated to be worth between $30-40bn. Conversely, sleeplessness is responsible for an estimated $63bn in lost productivity. While sleep trackers have proven problematic, the hardware industry is booming with innovative new solutions to help improve population sleep habits. This session looks at the science behind sleep, how to develop a successful sleep hardware business and where future opportunities lie.
Coline Juin, CEO, Moona
Rachel Chase, CEO, Zennea Technologies
Tim Antos, CEO, Kokoon
Emma Green, Senior IP Lawyer, Bird & Bird
Moderator: Cyril Ebersweiler, Founder, HAX; General Partner, SOSV
How to access the consumer market for epigenetics and measuring biological age
Environmental impact on our genes – or epigenetics – is becoming an increasingly important part of the conversation on biological ageing. Epigenetics have been shown to impact every aspect of our health and wellbeing including mental health, and companies accessing the consumer market in this space are emerging. In this session some of the early adopters of epigenetic technology explain how they are maintaining scientific integrity, what a successful business model looks like, reimbursement models and how to market this complex topic to consumers.
Nathan Berkley, CEO, Muhdo
Tom Stubbs, CEO, Chronomics
Pete Ward, Founder and CEO, Humanity
Michael Greer, Co-Founder and CSO, Humanity
Moderator: Tina Woods, Founder, Collider Health
Gamification of CBT to build long-term mental fitness
Cognitive-behavioural therapy is essential to building long-term mental fitness, and gamification is proven to drive engagement. This session looks at how to gamify CBT to help consumers build long-term mental wellbeing, the need to develop for specific market segments like older adults or people of colour and how to do it effectively, and how to cut through the noise in a crowded marketplace.
Bruce Elliot, CEO, Memory Lane Games
Amir Bozorgzadeh, Co-founder & CEO, Virtuleap
Aaron Warrick, Founder & CEO, Elevate
Lloyd Humphreys, Head of Europe, SilverCloud Health
Moderator: Tina Woods, Founder, Collider Health
Building an intergenerational friendship business and implications for population health
We hear a lot about loneliness among older adults, usually accompanied by distressing imagery and a cry for help. But loneliness doesn’t discriminate, and offering support is not a one-way street. And both giving support and receiving it comes with significant mental health benefits. This session looks at emerging intergenerational businesses built around friendship, what they learned during the COVID-19 pandemic and how it influenced their businesses, and why friendship has such an important part to play in wider population health improvement.
Catherine McClen, Founder, BuddyHub
Sanjay Lobo, Founder and CEO, onHand
Harish Malhi, Founder, Diaspo
Moderator: Cynthia Bullock, Deputy Director, Healthy Ageing Challenge, UKRI