For those in the longevity market, a Gen C approach is part of a powerful marketing strategy.
Aging in rural America means facing distinct obstacles—including a lack of easily accessible health care, public transportation and modern technological infrastructure. However, local governments and nonprofits are starting to employ some creative solutions.
A market opportunity this big is a call to place a bet on the most promising innovative solutions. Stria spoke to investors for perspective and advice.
A $7.6 trillion market opportunity is a call to jump in with disruptive ideas. Here are the top five insights for longevity market entrepreneurs.
“Nothing about me, without me” has been promoted for 20 years by those on the cutting edge of change in health care and nursing homes.
By seeking to help his aging parents, this longevity entrepreneur tapped into a market for all families.
Should we be looking more closely at how our services and products foster connections between generations? If the advocates of intergenerational programs are right, perhaps we should.