THEIR EXPERIENCE AT AGEINGFIT 2023
Discover some feedback on AgeingFit 2023 from speakers, participants and exhibitors!
Grace Gimson and Daniela Mercado Beivide from Holly Health talk about entrepreneurship in the healthy ageing sector.
Holly Health is an evidence-based behaviour change app, purpose-built for population-scale health management. It supports older adults in achieving their healthy ageing goals across nutrition, sleep, exercise and mental wellbeing.
During AgeingFit 2023, Grace Gimson was part of an expert panel on “Entrepreneurs’ checklist for successful scaling of healthy ageing innovations”. Daniela Mercado Beivide presented Holly Health in “Physical activity & Nutrition” category of AgeingFit pitch competition.
Holly Health was present at AgeingFit as part of the delegation organised by UKRI (UK Research and Innovation).
Guy Leitersdorf from Longevity AI talks about artificial intelligence and healthy ageing.
Longevity AI is committed to using science and technology to improve the lives of people around the world. The company has developed a comprehensive system for hospitals, health funds, and other medical organizations that allows them to track and monitor the health of their patients in real-time.
During AgeingFit 2023, Guy Leitersdorf participated in the “Artificial Intelligence: What real potential to accelerate longevity and ageing research?” panel. Longevity AI also had a stand in the exhibition area to strenghten their presence at the event.
Victoria Lamour Chambon from Indienov talks about the evolutions of the healthy ageing ecosystem.
INDIENOV is on a social impact mission to contribute to the independence of fragile people and to facilitate their autonomy by innovating by all means.
During AgeingFit 2023, Victoria Lamour Chambon participated in the “What are the current proposed business models for prevention products and solutions?” panel.
Jan Adams (Apollo Health Ventures) talks about the interest around the ageing biology.
Apollo Health Ventures is a transatlantic early stage Venture Capital firm actively co-founding and investing in transformative healthcare companies targeting age-related diseases and aging itself.
During AgeingFit 2023, Jan Adams participated in the “Biology of ageing and healthy lifespan expansion: Examining what we do and do not know about the ageing process” panel.
James Mayer (The Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation – CABHI) talks about the challenges of healhty ageing in Canada and the US.
CABHI is a unique collaboration of health care, science, industry, not-for-profit and government partners whose aim is to help improve quality of life for the world’s aging population, allowing older adults to age safely in the setting of their choice while maintaining their cognitive, emotional, and physical well-being.
During AgeingFit 2023, James Mayer participated in the “Insights into innovation strategies of residential care providers” panel. CABHI was also a supporter of the 2023 Innovation Pitches.
More short talks to come soon…