Last year’s pitch event served as the exciting launch of our Aging2.0 chapter, gaining the winning startup company regional acclaim and a prominent feature in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. This April 7 at Genworth, a Richmond startup will be headed to the big leagues on a whole new level.
- Receive a cash prize
- Be featured on the Aging2.0 website during the voting round
- Receive ONE free ticket to Aging2.0 OPTIMIZE (Oct 12-14) valued at ~$800
- Be featured at the Global-themed Reception on the evening of October 13
Join us at the Richmond Aging “2-Pint-0” on March 24 at Final Gravity to learn more about the Global Startup Search and the April 7 event. Network with innovators, industry leaders and make important connections. All interested in innovation for the aging and senior care space are welcome.
In the news: "Contest dangles trip to startup mecca," Richmond Bizsense
"Entrepreneurs to pitch ideas at Aging 2.0 event ," Richmond Free Press
About the Business for Life work group
The Business for Life work group, part of the implementation of the Greater Richmond Regional Plan for Age Wave Readiness, is chaired by Beth Ludden, Senior Vice President of LTC Product Development for Genworth Financial. The group brings together a network of businesses, professionals focused on aging challenges & services, VCU professors and students, and local providers focused on future services and products that appeal to a growing market of consumers. By considering key factors of physical environment, access to services, customer appeal, workforce, marketing and engagement, the Business for Life work group provides a platform to foster sound business practices and enhance profitability. As with all work group initiatives, these goals promote active aging, as well as engagement, livability, stability and wellness for all generations in the Richmond region.
For more information about the Greater Richmond Age Wave and/or to engage in our local movement email email@example.com.