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Aging Means Business: Design for a New Age
19 October 2011—The Sloan Center on Aging & Work is partnering with the Gerontological Society of America to support the 2011 Aging Means Business meeting.
Friday, November 18th, 2011
9:00am - 5:30pm
Sheraton Boston, Constitution Ballroom A
Aging Means Business is an annual one-day event that brings together the nation's brightest, most successful minds, to share breakthrough ideas, innovations, and market strategies for success in the older adult consumer marketplace.
Expect to be inspired by an eclectic mix of business, design, and aging experts, learn from highly visual and industry-focused interactive sessions, and connect with your peers in unique co-creation and networking events.
Speakers include Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab director Joseph Coughlin, SeniorNet and ThirdAge Media founder Mary Furlong, and Architizer's Matthias Hollwich, and experts from companies such as IDEO, LeadingAge, Continuum Innovation, First Republic Bank, TOTO USA, Bruce Mau Design, the Institute for Human Centered Design, and Microsoft.
The conference culminates with the announcement of the winners of the Student Design Competition and an exhibit hall reception.
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