The Longevity CXO Group Launches to Meet the Needs of an Aging Population

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It's the age of aging and how we deal with it will define us as an industry. The Longevity CXO Group has launched to address this issue, advance the longevity economy, and improve the lives of seniors.

Advancing the Longevity Economy

The Longevity CXO Group launched to address the aging issue, advance the longevity economy, accelerate innovation, and improve the lives of seniors.

It's the age of aging and how we deal with it will define us as an industry. The Longevity CXO Group launched to address the aging issue, advance the longevity economy, accelerate innovation, and improve the lives of seniors. According to AARP, the longevity economy will top $15 trillion by 2020 and one in five people will be over age 65.

"As an industry and society, we're not even close to being ready," says Rhonda Harper, Founder, The Longevity CXO Group. "From rethinking daily life to senior living communities and healthcare, we're woefully behind."

Exclusive to top leaders, The Longevity CXO Group is open to product and service providers along with non-profit organization leaders and government officials. "We're up against time," says Harper, "We need leaders who have clout and create change to accelerate meeting the needs of seniors today and in the future."

The group helps CXOs optimize their time and maximize your productivity. Members contribute to and receive TLCG blog, private social media, and newsletter with insights and actionable items that make a difference. They also contribute and have access to the Content Library with custom research, syndicated research, and more. Further, private one-on-one discussions, committee groups, and small group meetings are facilitated via video-conference, email exchanges, events, and social media. Local chapters extend the group's mission and activities to cities throughout the United States.

To promote fast growth of the group, the first 100 CXO members will receive free 2017 membership.

Vendors of products and services are encouraged to consider sponsorship opportunities.

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