IRT is driving the local chapter of a global networking and collaboration hub for innovators to help improve the lives of people as they age.
The Sydney chapter of Aging 2.0 launches today and offers a networking and collaboration hub for entrepreneurs, senior living providers, ageing experts, older adults and investors seeking to transform the experience of ageing.
Patrick Reid, IRT Group CEO, will serve as the Sydney chapter ambassador and urges anyone with a passion for innovation to consider joining the network.
Aging2.0 is a global network of more than 40,000 innovators striving to accelerate innovation to address the biggest challenges and opportunities in ageing across more than 65 countries.
Another Australian chapter launched this week Melbourne, managed by CarePage founder, Lauren Todorivic.
A free launch event for the Sydney chapter will held to showcase a number of start-ups making waves with creative solutions that are improving the ageing space.
It will explore how to create a thriving Aging2.0 Sydney chapter, looking at the important role of members in facilitating connections, collaborations, partnerships and sharing insights and best practices between cross-industry communities.
The event will run from 4-6pm on 28 March at BlueChilli offices, Level 1, 125 York Street Sydney. Reserve a spot here.
The Sydney Chapter has over 340 members. For more information please email email@example.com.