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Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston
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Aging2.0 | Berlin - Intro and Overview - Stephen Johnston

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Aging2.0 | Berlin, 11 July 2013
Intro and Overview
Stephen Johnston, Founder, Aging2.0

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  • 1. Aging2.0 | Berlin 11 July 2013
  • 2. Herzliche Willkommen!
  • 3. Tonight’s Agenda •  18:00 Networking & Welcome •  18:30 Innovation and Global Aging
 Stephen Johnston, Co-Founder, Aging2.0 •  19:00 Round the Room – 10 second intros •  19:20 Break •  19:45 Additional Presentations •  20:30 Wrap up and networking 3  
  • 4. Additional presentations:
 Are we missing anyone? •  Company Pitches (5 mins) –  GoDerma –  Vescape (Jérôme Feys) •  Thought Leader Presentation (5 mins) –  Margaret Heckel: Author: “Midlife-Boomers” –  Jesus del Valle Rosales, Bayer –  Telcenter Europe •  Announcements (1 min) –  Mozilla www.webfwd.org –  Berlin Summer University – Aging in Place Workshop
  • 5. Thanks to our host: Google! Sabine  Frank,  Carmen  Hofer,  Sara  Sarbandy,  Laura  Sco6  
  • 6. Thanks to our sponsor: Bayer Grants4Apps Jesus  del  Valle  Rosales,  Jürgen  Hohmann  
  • 7. Thanks to our partner: Health2.0 Berlin Ulrike  Anders  
  • 8. Tweet to win! #aging2
 @AgingToo Thanks to our content sponsor: Katrin  Gaertner  
  • 9. Aging2.0 Overview •  Demographics •  Market Impact •  Healthy Aging in the US •  About Aging2.0 •  Selected Aging2.0 Innovators
  • 10. Massive demographic transition •  5hours per day more life expectancy! •  World's population over 60 to rise by 50% by 2050 •  Nearly half of the population in the developing world is under 25, compared to just 30% in developed world 
 •  Workforce is shrinking in developed countries (including China and Iran) by 2050
  • 11. Source:  BCG,  Global  Aging,  Dec  2011   By 2050, most countries will be as old as Japan is today
  • 12. Source:  BCG,  Global  Aging,  Dec  2011   IMPACT •  Workforce training •  Flexible hours & conditions •  New career & salary paths Workforce profiles are changing
  • 13. Aging2.0 Overview •  Demographics •  Market Impact •  Healthy Aging in the US •  About Aging2.0 •  Selected Aging2.0 Innovators
  • 14. A powerful economic impact •  Out of control healthcare costs….fewer workers… BUT •  Over 65s outspend the under 45s. 65-74 are second highest spending group (Morgan Stanley) •  By 2020, group aged 55 and over will own 2/3 of financial assets in US (McKinsey)
  • 15. Source:  BCG,  Global  Aging,  Dec  2011   Growth in consumer spending 2008 – 2030, $bn   55+ will account for over 50% of consumer spending over next 20 years. 80% in Germany!
  • 16. “Demographic funds” created to allocate capital towards these trends
  • 17. Aging2.0 Overview •  Demographics •  Market Impact •  Healthy Aging in the US •  About Aging2.0 •  Selected Aging2.0 Innovators
  • 18. Nine areas of opportunity representing $100bn Source: Recent AARP on healthy, active aging in USA
  • 19. $20bn in additional cumulative revenue from 50+ healthy-aging market, 2013-18
  • 20. Identified market failures •  Poor design and aesthetics - limits usability and demand •  Low awareness among mature consumers of many solutions •  Focus on most frail - which creates an unnecessary stigma •  High cost of direct-to-consumer solutions •  A fragmented approach – lacking comprehensive solutions •  Inability to share data via the Internet - limits the utility •  Prioritization of younger demographics by tech players •  Designs that fail to incorporate the role of caregivers More  at:  h6p://health50.org/report/  
  • 21. Aging2.0 Overview •  Demographics •  Market Impact •  Healthy Aging in the US •  About Aging2.0 •  Selected Aging2.0 Innovators
  • 22. Katy Fike PhD ! Stephen Johnston MBA! Introductions
  • 23. 50+ Innovation Paradox …yet disproportionately little innovation Where are the start-ups? Where are the disruptive models? Where are the major brands? Where are the investments? Where are the big exits? 50+ year olds represent: of the US population 44% of disposable income 70% of total consumable goods sales 70% of heavy internet users 33% Unparalleled demographic shifts… Confidential. Do not share. 24  
  • 24. We connect, educate and support innovators focused on the 50+ market with content, events and investments. Our values are innovation, collaboration and respect. Mission & Mindset 25  
  • 25. Funding & Resources Consumer Insights Design & Marketing Distribution & Adoption Key barriers to innovation have been identified Confidential. Do not share. 26  
  • 26. 27   Entrepreneurs Corporations Investors Technologists LTC Providers Academia Non-profits Seniors Gerontologists Government Designers
  • 27. 28 USER Aging Services " 50+ Non-Profit Entrepreneurs Developers Designers Corporations Investors Engineers Academia Who’s Here Tonight? Gov’t Media Medical & LTC
  • 28. A new approach
  • 29. 21 EVENTS 100+ SPEAKERS N E T W O R K G L O B A L T O U R 2000+ NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIBERS 9 CITIES 3 COUNTRIES 100+ BLOG POSTS 50k WEBSITE HITS 75+ VIDEOS 16 NEWSLETTERS 10 COUNTRIES In just over a year, Aging2.0 has become the leading platform for innovation in the aging market and a network that has grown to more than 2000 members in 10 countries around the world. C O N T E N T 800+ TWITTER FOLLOWERS 30  
  • 30. Confidential. Do not share. 31  
  • 31. We have spent the past 18 months meeting the most promising startups in the aging space 32  
  • 32. Connected Independence Empowered Care Empowered Care Ageless Style Lifelong Wellness Four primary opportunity areas have emerged Confidential. Do not share. 33  
  • 33. Global Tour / Network Connecting stakeholders – across silos and globally. Challenges / Hackathons Focus entrepreneurs on most critical issues (pull vs push) Accelerator Structured support through mentorship, pilots and capital introductions. Initiatives for 2013
  • 34. Aging2.0 GENerator Accelerator - expert mentors and partners. Coming soon! Long Term Care Investors Distributors Non-profits Designers & Researchers 35  
  • 35. 36 Recent and Upcoming Events May 23 Aging2.0 | San Francisco @ IDEO June 5 Aging2.0 | New York @ Brookdale July 11 Aging2.0 | Berlin @ Google July 16 Aging2.0 | London @ NESTA Aug 10 Aging2.0 | Palo Alto @ Successful Aging Sept 5 Aging2.0 | Palo Alto @ Stanford Sept 17 Aging2.0 | Boston @ Redstar Ventures
  • 36. Who’s here? •  Name •  Organization (or target organization) •  3 key words (MAX) 10  seconds  –  GO!  
  • 37. 20 MINUTE BREAK PLEASE TWEET AT #AGING2 @AGINGTOO
  • 38. This is you!
  • 39. Presentations •  Company Pitches (5 mins) –  GoDerma –  Vescape •  Thought Leader Presentation (5 mins) –  Margaret Heckel: Author: “Midlife-Boomers” –  Jesus del Valle Rosales, Bayer –  Telcenter Europe •  Announcements (1 min) –  Mozilla www.webfwd.org (Joseph Somogyi) –  World Usability Day - Designing for Health –  Berlin Summer University – Aging in Place Workshop
  • 40. After drinks – NOW!! • Staendige Vetretung @ Schiffbauerdamm

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