SOLD OUT! 14th Annual Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit Success
This year's 14th Annual Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit which
took place on July 20th in Berkeley California at the Claremont Club & Spa was a huge success! Our theme of Global Investment in the Longevity Market drew more than 300 leaders in the field and for the first time in its history the Summit sold out.
We are delighted to be receiving some excellent press acknowledgement after our event including:
I was delighted to join many of my colleagues at this innovative event!
This year, IAGG had a Technology and Aging Track that culminated in an exciting pitch event for startups. Congratulations to LifeAssist Technologies for being chosen by the audience as the best pitch!
STANLEY Healthcare partners with LifeAssist Technologies
MFA is excited to share the news that STANLEY Healthcare has partnered with LifeAssist to offer innovative solutions for senior living communities! More details on the new partnership are available in this press release.
Reports of Interest
Are you interested in what Long-Term Care Providers want from Technology? Be sure to
click here to read Laurie Orlov's paper on that topic.
Did you enjoy the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit and want to learn more about the longevity economy? AARP recently released
this report on how people over 50 are driving economic and social value in the US.
TripleTree was a proud sponsor of the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit and we are happy to share their latest informational reports:
The Memory Kit improves the quality of life and care for individuals with Alzheimer's while providing peace of mind for their families. All the tools in The Memory Kit make it easy to collect, save and share a person's wonderful life story ensuring that person will always have a voice in their care, even when they can no longer speak for themselves.
Interested in supporting this project? Donate now to the Memory Kit Kickstarter Campaign here!
Fundraiser for Capital Public Radio Endowment
Many of my friends and colleagues are using social media to promote the causes they care about on their birthdays. Here is one from friend and colleague Barbara O'Connor on her 70th: a fundraising campaign to support the Capital Public Radio Endowment, Inc. This organization's mission is to provide a trusted and indispensable source of information, music, and entertainment while strengthening the civic and cultural life of the communities they serve.
As the boomers tumble into their 70s, there is about to be a large wealth transfer as these individuals become generous with their time and assets, whether that is giving to a classroom or a family in need.
Interested in showing your support? Donate now to this fundraising effort by clicking here.