Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) June 13, 2014
The Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit, scheduled for June 25th at Santa Clara University, pairs investors with entrepreneurs who can bring innovative products and services for the longevity economy to market.
The Summit is preceded on Tuesday, June 24th, by Bootcamps specially designed for start-ups and entrepreneurs on the topics of:
To learn more about the 2014 Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit, the Bootcamps and register, visit http://www.boomerventuresummit.com.
About the Silicon Valley Boomer Summit
The annual Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit & Business Plan Competition is a venue for entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to share information about serving or investing in companies catering to consumers age 50 and older. The event is produced by Mary Furlong & Associates, the nation’s premiere strategic consulting firm for businesses targeting the boomer and senior marketplace, and co-produced by Susan Ann Davis, CEO and chairman of Susan Davis International, a full service public relations agency headquartered in Washington, D.C.
Sponsors of the 2014 Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit & Business Plan Competition include: AARP, UHC, Realtor.com, Greatcall, Premier Care, The Business of Aging, Digital Niche Agency (DNA), InnovateLTC, Linkage, Zillner, PositScience, SilverRide, HomeInstead, Caring.com, SingFit Prime, Petplan, Susan Davis International, First Republic Bank and CathMaps+.
About Mary Furlong and Associates
Founded in 2003, Mary Furlong & Associates (MFA) is headquartered in San Francisco. The firm's strategy, business development, marketing and public relations services are uniquely geared to drive new opportunities for clients in the baby boomer and senior markets. MFA has secured more than $130 million for longevity marketplace investments, and more than $15 million for non-profits.
Dr. Furlong is the Dean's Executive Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and founder of SeniorNet (1986), Third Age Media (1996), and Mary Furlong and Associates (2002). For more information, visit http://www.maryfurlong.com.