There's a Gold Mine in the Golden Years
What's Next Longevity Business Summit Helps Entrepreneurs Tap $8.3 Trillion Market
What's Next Longevity Business Summit kicks off its 17th year as the premier curator of 300 thought leaders in aging -- March 26, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta -- with networking and discussions about trends, innovations and opportunities for serving age 50+ consumers. The summit, held during the Aging in America Conference, will feature power-packed panels on the theme of "Mobility, Memory, Money and Marketing" and how to capitalize on the $8.3 trillion longevity economy.
"The summit is like earning a mini-MBA in the longevity market," said Mary Furlong, a serial entrepreneur and author in aging. Her company, Mary Furlong & Associates, has produced What's Next summits for 17 years to spot trends, match investors with innovators and close deals in the lucrative longevity market. "There's a gold mine in the golden years. In 2020, I believe we will see more women at the epicenter of global purchasing power and innovative solutions for an aging society."
What's Next Longevity Business Summit is co-produced by Lori Bitter, founder of The Business of Aging, and Sherri Snelling, CEO of Caregiving Club. Don't miss out on the opportunity to meet top influencers, innovators and investors in the longevity economy. Visit http://www.boomersummit.com/home/ for more information.