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AGE-WELL / AHSN Network Innovation Exchange webinar: Growing the Longevity Economy

20th October, 5:00pm - 6:30pm

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Organised by The AHSN Network and AGE-WELL

The AHSN Network in the UK is working in partnership with the AGE-WELL network in Canada to bring you the fourth in its joint series of healthy ageing events; Growing the Longevity Economy.

This 90-minute online event with Q&A will demonstrate how the ecosystems in both continents support digital health innovation – and will help anyone interested in digital innovation for healthy ageing to understand the opportunities and avenues available for support.

You will hear from successful digital health industry start-ups and SME’s from both continents that have made an impact and are now ready for international expansion. Including Dr. Greg Christie – CTO of Digital Health Circle, Michael Fergusson – CEO and Founder of Ayogo,

Paul McGarry, Head of the Greater Manchester Ageing Hub and Lee Omar, Founder & CEO of SafeSteps Ltd.

You will also hear from the AHSN Network and AGE-WELL network about its three-year collaboration and how its UK-Canadian innovation exchange programme aims to share knowledge and foster learning amongst innovators and stakeholders in the healthcare space.

What you will gain:
Ø An understanding of the (digital) health innovation ecosystems in the UK and Canada – and the sources of support available to (digital) health innovators
Ø An understanding of how the AHSN Network and AGE-WELL network can support (digital) health innovators
Ø See examples of successful innovations in this space.

Who should attend?
This event is suitable for healthy-ageing professionals across UK and Canada, working in industry, clinical, or academic organisations. It is suitable for those who are both innovating and implementing (digital) health innovation solutions to support the longevity economy. It is also suitable for service users who are be interested in seeing solutions in this space.

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