Mon, Oct 27 – Aging2.0 “You Be the Judge” Free Event in San Francisco

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San Francisco Bay Area Older Adults and Families

On Monday, October 27 from 2 – 4 PM in San Francisco, choose top start-up companies innovating in aging care. Sorry for the late notice! We hope you can join! FYI, it’s free.

 

Important details

When: Monday, October 27, 2014, 2 – 4 PM

Where: The Sequoias, 1400 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109

Parking: Limited free parking at the Sequoias. Metered street parking available in the area.

 

The October 27th event

At this event, you’re the judge! Aging2.0 needs your help to select start-up companies to be part of the next Aging2.0 Academy. This program helps top start-ups who are creating innovative products and services in aging and long-term care. Programs like these work to increase the chances that these companies will bring their products to consumers.

These aspiring start-up companies will tell you about the products they’re working on to enhance the quality of life for older adults. You’ll get to rank your favorites and share your thoughts and opinions about them. Your feedback and opinions will help Aging2.0 choose the best companies for this year’s Academy program.

Join to help Aging2.0 pick companies you think will make a difference in aging and long-term care!

 

What is the Consumer Panel?

The Aging2.0 Consumer Panel is a community of adults 50+ and the families who care for them. People on the Consumer Panel help entrepreneurs develop better products and services for the aging care market.

 

Why participate?

This is your chance to help companies make the useful stuff you really want! You also learn about new products and also provide feedback and suggestions for products still in development.

To find out more about a previous Consumer Panel event, click here!

 

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By DailyCaring Editorial Staff
Image: Aging2.0

 

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