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Scoping Emergence & Interconnectivity in Silver Economy Ecosystems

Scoping Emergence & Interconnectivity in Silver Economy Ecosystems

02 November, 2022

 

The Hincks Centre invites you to take part in our online Senior Eco-Nect event.

 

Scoping Emergence & Interconnectivity in Silver Economy Ecosystems

Monday 7th Nov 09:30 - 10:30 Irish Time [CET 10:30 – 11:30]

 

This event should be of particular interest to silver economy stakeholders such as SMEs, public bodies, NGOs and older people.

It will explore how we can support and encourage emergence of diverse entrepreneurial sectors and how we can interconnect ecosystems in the silver economy to meet the needs of older people.

Hear from our Guest Speaker Jane O'Flynn on recognised interconnectivity goodpractice. Jane is Programme Manager with Health Innovation Hub Ireland.

Join the discussions in the breakout rooms to establish and share existing knowledge of good practices and barriers to silver sector emergence and interconnection.

 

Agenda

  • 9:30 [10.30 CET] Welcome and introduction to the project
  • 9:40 [10:40 CET]  Guest Speaker Jane O’Flynn, Program Manager, Health Innovation Hub Ireland. A good practice of interconnectivity
  • 9:50 [10:50 CET] Questions and Answers
  • 9:55 [10:55CET] Discussion Break-out Rooms

Discussion Room A: How can we support the emerging of diverse sectors for the Silver Economy alongside health?

Discussion Room B: Interconnectivity: How and when should we interconnect sectors to grow and develop the silver economy?

  • 10:20 [11:20CET] Return to Main Room for recap of discussion points
  • 10:25 [11:25 CET] Meeting close and next project steps.

Registration to this free event is available by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you.

 

To learn more about Senior Eco-Nect, click here to visit the project page on our website.

 

This project has been Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA). Neither the European Union nor EISMEA can be held responsible for them.
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