Ageing Well


Tuesday 4th May
Wednesday 5th May
Thursday 6th May
Friday 7th May

Tuesday 4th May


13:00 CET 12:00 BST 07:00 ET

Virtual meetings begin.
Ageing well & agetech showcases hosted by UnLtd


15-16 CET 14-15 BST 09-10 ET

Special session: Longevity revolution

We have entered a new and exciting time. Tech breakthroughs are changing the face of medicine and making it possible for us to cure previously fatal diseases. The longevity revolution means we will all be living longer and healthier than ever before!

  • How the environment is shifting to promote longevity
  • How healthcare and its main players are transforming
  • Technologies that’ll enable us to live longer than ever

Sergey Young, Founder, Longevity Vision Fund

Sergey Young, Founder, Longevity Vision Fund

 

Wednesday 5th May


12-13 CET 11-12 BST 06-07 ET

Why innovation makes me excited about getting older

When we talk about innovating for later life, too often we think about it in terms of "other". But if we're lucky we're all going to get there, so why aren't we designing products and services with ourselves in mind?

A fresh look at innovation for ageing consumers, focussing on emerging innovation for older consumers and what corporate stakeholders are seeing to make them excited for later life.

Margarita Skarkou, Vice President, Sustainability and Healthy Ageing Lead, Barclays Ventures
Alice Hu Wagner, Managing Director, Strategy Economics and Business Development, British Business Bank
Jackie Marshall-Cyrus, Ageing Innovation Specialist
Moderator: Keren Etkin, Founder, The Gerotechnologist; Co-Founder and VP Product, Sensai.ai

Margarita Skarkou, Vice President, Sustainability and Healthy Ageing Lead, Barclays Ventures    Alice Hu Wagner, Managing Director, Strategy Economics and Business Development, British Business Bank    Jackie Marshall-Cyrus, Ageing Innovation Specialist    Moderator: Keren Etkin, Founder, The Gerotechnologist; Co-Founder and VP Product, Sensai.ai


13-14 CET 12-13 BST 07-08 ET

Video breakout: Ageing well (Europe & Middle East)

A valuable way to meet an intimate, yet interactive group of European and Middle Eastern attendees in an informal setting, paving the way for thought provoking discussions and valued connections on the subject of biology of ageing. This is a breakout roundtable video meeting for up to 20 attendees, where everyone has the opportunity to contribute to an open-ended discussion. As such it is unmoderated and unstructured, allowing participants to set themes, ask questions and offer advice. Please have your Cameras and Mics on to get the most from this session.


14-15 CET 13-14 BST 08-09 ET

Workshop: Routes to securing public funding for longevity start-ups

The UK Government have committed to adding 5 healthy years to life by 2030 and are putting their money where their mouth is. However, navigating the multitude of grants and programmes can be overwhelming. This workshop explores the various funding options available to social enterprise and healthy ageing start-ups.

George MacGinnis, Healthy Ageing Challenge Director, UKRI
Cynthia Bullock, Health Ageing Challenge Deputy Director, UKRI
Rachel Carey, Chief Scientist, Zinc VC
Lorraine Morley, Project Lead, Age Tech, Allia and Age Tech Accelerator

George MacGinnis, Healthy Ageing Challenge Director, UKRI    Cynthia Bullock, Health Ageing Challenge Deputy Director, UKRI    Rachel Carey, Chief Scientist, Zinc VC    Lorraine Morley, Project Lead, Age Tech, Allia and Age Tech Accelerator


16-17 CET 15-16 BST 10-11 ET

Later Living Forum

Invitation-only private roundtable for later living professionals including retirement villages, care homes and at-home care. The session will cover PR and public perception, marketing, commercial models and new technology innovation for active ageing, improved care and wellbeing.


17-18 CET 16-17 BST 11-12 ET

Investor priorities and practices to access the longevity dividend

VCs explain where they see the greatest areas of opportunity for entrepreneurs to access the longevity dividend, and what companies need to demonstrate to secure investment.

Joachim Rautter, Managing Partner, Peppermint Venture Partners GmbH
Petr Sramek
, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Longevitytech.fund
Moderator: Jonathan Synett, Managing Director, NCL Technology Ventures

Joachim Rautter, Managing Partner, Peppermint Venture Partners GmbH    Petr Sramek, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Longevitytech.fund    Jonathan Synett, Managing Director, NCL Technology Ventures


13-14 CET 12-13 BST 07-08 ET

Video breakout: Ageing well (North America)

A valuable way to meet an intimate, yet interactive group of North American attendees in an informal setting, paving the way for thought provoking discussions and valued connections on the subject of biology of ageing. This is a breakout roundtable video meeting for up to 20 attendees, where everyone has the opportunity to contribute to an open-ended discussion. As such it is unmoderated and unstructured, allowing participants to set themes, ask questions and offer advice. Please have your Cameras and Mics on to get the most from this session.

 

Thursday 6th May


13:00 CET 12:00 BST 07:00 ET

Video partnering meetings

Video partnering meetings run over a 24hr period, starting from 12am each day and running until 12midnight in your local time, to allow for cross-timezone video meetings.

 

Friday 7th May


13:00 CET 12:00 BST 07:00 ET

Video partnering meetings

Video partnering meetings run over a 24hr period, starting from 12am each day and running until 12midnight in your local time, to allow for cross-timezone video meetings.

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