Webinar

AARP Hacking Menopause

Think menopause is all hot flashes and crankiness? Think again! Join our webinar to learn about the 35 symptoms of menopause and how startups are applying and adapting existing tech to help 38 million women control their symptoms. 


See how you can join the FemTech wave- projected to be a 50 billion dollar market by 2025 -and learn more about AARP Innovation Labs Hacking Menopause challenge.

March 19, 2020

Duration: 1 Hour

45-minute Presentation

15-minute Q&A

  • Why Menopause is one of the biggest new opportunities in FemTech
  • What are the symptoms of menopause that we are working to relieve
  • Examples of how startups have grown their market by pivoting their products to menopausal women
  • Examples of existing menopause FemTech
  • How you can participate in our tech challenge on Hackster

What you will learn

Speakers

Rick Robinson

VP Product Development, AARP Innovation Labs

Rick Robinson is a digital media executive, successful startup founder, patent holder, tech writer and prolific instigator creating customer experiences for the world's largest media companies and nimblest venture-backed startups including Urgent.ly (co-founder), Digital City, AOL, AOL Time Warner, Webs.com, Sprint/XOHM, National Geographic Digital, Politico and AARP Innovation Labs. In his spare time he is Entrepreneur in Residence at Georgetown University and tries not to fall while skateboarding.

Carey Kyler

Senior Innovation Catalyst, AARP Innovation Labs

Carey Kyler is a Fortune 500 trained consumer insights expert, design thinker, former network television executive, and consumer evangelist. Working on brands like Tide, Cover Girl, AARP, and the Discovery Channel, her passion is identifying opportunities and bringing new solutions to delight consumers. As a Senior Innovation Catalyst for AARP Innovation Labs, she is responsible for developing new breakthrough products to improve the quality of life. She has been a regular guest speaker at Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, and George Washington Universities, and dabbles in chocolate making on the side.

We accelerate the innovation ecosystem by working with startups, accelerators and the innovation community to empower people to choose how they live as they age.


Who is AARP Innovation Labs?

The Hatchery is a 10,000-square-foot lab in Washington, D.C. It’s the coolest, creative hub in the district! We come up with bold new ideas to transform the lives of people as they age.


Our space is where we work with external cutting edge startups from around the world to create solutions for our audience. We also use our space to convene experts in disruptive technologies, host bold events and connect startups with consumers to test their ideas. Visit us at aarpinnovationlabs.org.

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