Presentation Listex Oct 2013

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Are injuries bad for the ski business?

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Presentation Listex Oct 2013

  1. 1. Medic52 Are accidents bad for business? Duncan Isaksen-Loxton Founder & CEO
  2. 2. Duncan Isaksen-Loxton 1982 > Skier 1998 > Snowboarder 1998 > PSIA / AASI Instructor Member of International Society for Skiing Safety 2004 > Ski Patroller 2004 > Surf Lifesaver Volunteer Australian Ski Patroller Australian Ski Patrol Trainer
  3. 3. Cost of Injury • Knee: €35,000+ • Insurance, Medical, Sur gery, Physio, • Loss of income • Wasted lift pass & equipment
  4. 4. Cost of a lost customer Accommodation £560 Lift pass £210 Food £240 Airport transfers £60 Entertainment £100 Flights £150 Ski rental £100 Lessons £250 Total £1,770 One person £70,000+ Family of 4 £300,000+
  5. 5. The Problem • Delay to care • Incorrect Location • Poor Education For Patients • Paperwork • Double Handle Data • Time to do it For Patrollers • Legislation Driven • Insurance Protection • Negative Publicity For Resorts
  6. 6. The Solution • Smartphone app • GPS location • Get help faster For Patients • Quality Data • Live via the Cloud • Medico-Legal covered For Patrollers • Visibility • Lower Premiums • Unique Branding For Resorts
  7. 7. Purpose To Save Lives
  8. 8. The Smartphone Medic Coming December ‘13
  9. 9. Medic52 • • • • Prototype / Beta Running in Thredbo Winter & Summer In app stores Dec ’13 • Resort Consultations
  10. 10. Testimonials “Data collection efficient & accurate” “Overcomes problems with illegible handwriting” - – Simon, Supervisor and Val D’Isere Patroller Jo, Thredbo Patroller “Accurate, efficient real time data collection” – Ben, Fernie & Thredbo “It will take us to the 21st Century” – Adam, Niseko Patroller
  11. 11. Thank you! Duncan Isaksen-Loxton duncan@medic52.com Resort Consultation & Pre-release book: www.medic52.com/book Ski & Snowboard Show: Stand H25

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