Monthly Archive: January, 2012

Four keys to unlocking the aging opportunity (presentation)


Tonight I went to the well-organized Health2.0NYC Aging-special event tonight (kudos to Alex FairĀ and team), and really enjoyed it. A good turnout (must have been 60-70) of like-minded enthusiasts for innovation in the… Continue reading

Startup Spotlight: Aidin


  Aidin is the kind of company I was hoping – and expecting – to find when I started Aging2.0 – a small team of enthusiastic, mission driven zealots using technology to improve… Continue reading

Aging2.0 / Health2.0 Meetup in NYC tonight


Am looking forward to speaking at the Health2.0 NYC meetup tonight in Upper East Side. There’ll be a number of promising aging-focused startups that straddle the health and aging space (eCaring, Aidin, Renewal… Continue reading

Granny Canal Street Acid Test


By the time a product gets to the vendors on Canal Street in NYC, you can be sure there’s a proven market for it. The knock-off bag and perfume and gift makers don’t… Continue reading

Kicking off 2012: Ten predictions for an innovative year in aging


Image: Flickr / Kadman 420 Aging2.0 had a nice long winter break and has come back refreshed and revitalized. Whatever the Mayans think, this feels like a good year, and I predict one… Continue reading

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