CABHI Summit 2021


CABHI Summit 2021

A two-day virtual global gathering for:

Thought leaders

Innovators

Investors

Healthcare providers

Researchers

Older adults

Visionaries

Companies around the world

Two days before the world shut-down in-person events, CABHI’s “What’s Next Canada” conference pivoted from a planned in-person event to a virtual one – and to rave reviews.

This year, we’re taking these insights and going global to launch:

The largest pitch competition for agetech solutions

A new global community platform for older adults and their care partners

Exclusive digital networking opportunities for VIP guests and exhibitors

Stellar content and engaging speakers for all attendees to experience

As a digital-first solutions accelerator, CABHI sparks collaboration. We bring innovators, investors, older adults, and caregivers together to accelerate impact and amplify innovation in aging and brain health.

Join us. Broaden your reach. Bridge the gap between those who make and use agetech and healthtech solutions.

Day 1

A Global Community of Older Adults

Join us for the official launch of our new global community platform for older adults and their care partners in the innovation community. Together, we will explore:

  • Supporting older adults as users, discoverers, & co-designers of healthcare innovation
  • Creating intergenerational collaborations
  • Generating equitable access to care and technologies
  • Tackling aging’s biggest challenges with virtual care and healthtech
  • Aging around the world and what can we learn from each other
  • Moving post-COVID, one year later: Where do we go from here?

Day 2

The Business of Aging Better

Get ready to experience our global pitch competition, the sector’s largest! At both the competition and sessions, we will delve into:

  • Exploring social impact funds & investing to ensure greater impact
  • Bridging what older adults need, innovators create, and investors seek
  • Learning from our global accelerator partners (e.g., Berkeley SkyDeck)
  • Engaging with innovators & “research-preneurs” creating and commercializing IP
  • Developing solutions for (post-)COVID aging in place & congregate care settings as they evolve