The platform Aging 2.0, based in San Francisco (USA), opens a new office in Barcelona. The platform seeks to promote innovation that contributes to improve the aging experience. What Aging 2.0 does is to bring together people interested in this subject and offer education and support to innovators or entrepreneurs by celebrating regular events, such as seminars, exhibits, contests, and local events.
The Barcelona “chapter” (as they call it) opened last February this year, hosted by InfoElder CEO, Juan Pablo Correa. In this inaugural session, discussions revolved around Aging 2.0’s mission, the availability of local resources, and the future plans for this new office.