Author: Age UK
Published on 17 October 2016 12:30 PM
Age International, part of the Age UK network, is supporting a conference hosted by The Economist for the business world to consider whether longevity is a challenge or an opportunity.
This autumn, an Ageing Societies conference will bring 180 global leaders from business, finance and healthcare, together with policymakers - to explore the opportunities of an ageing world. All Age International supporters attending will receive a special 15% discount, quote AI/DC.
Ageing is a topic that is often absent in global debates. This two-day event presents a unique opportunity to hear fresh perspectives from key public and private sector leaders on how they will engage with the challenges of an ageing population.
The conference on 29-30 November will allow participants to have bold discussions with renowned speakers and senior editors; network with global leaders from the areas of business, finance and healthcare; and learn about the business opportunities arising out of ageing societies.
Age International views the world’s ageing population as an opportunity, not a burden, to global development. Collaboration between the public and private sector is essential to recognising the contribution an ageing society can have on the global economy.
For more information and to view the full agenda visit: http://econ.st/2d6bEbb
Key details: Ageing Societies conference 2016
When: 29-30 November 2016
Where: St Pancras, Renaissance Hotel, London NW1 2AR
For more information:
Call Age UK on: 0800 169 8787