Globally, the number of people over age 60 will more than double by mid-century, and increasing longevity is poised to be a major driver of 21st century economic growth. Older consumers are hungry for new products, services, and innovations to serve their needs and aspirations - a massive opportunity for companies and investors that recognize the upside potential of the unprecedented age shift. They represent a compelling market opportunity for a wide range of business sectors, including financial services, healthcare, technology, transportation, travel, and entertainment. The impacts of changing demography will touch all of us. How can companies capitalize? How can investors participate?
Patricia Milligan, Senior Partner and Global Leader, Multinational Client Group, Mercer; Global Leader, When Women Thrive Speakers
Ben Franklin, Head of Economics of an Ageing Society, International Longevity Centre Jim Mellon, Entrepreneur and Investor; Chairman, Burnbrae
Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics, London Business School; Author, "The 100 Year Life"
Marc van Weede, Global Head of Strategy and Sustainability, Aegon