The future is holding new and exciting opportunities for older adults to contribute to economy and make a positive impact on society. However, there is currently a lack of support for senior enterprise.
This is the reason why the Smart Aging Prize was put into life. It is seeking solutions that support, empower and inspire older adults to engage in entrepreneurship. Those solutions could take a number of forms, for example the creation of intergenerational teams and skills-sharing or digital solutions to help bring to life the entrepreneurial ideas and energy of the 60+ age group.
After the application deadline, which is February 26th , the judging panel will choose 15 applicants as semi-finalists who will be invited to a mentoring Academy in Brussels in June 2020.
To find out more about the Smart Aging Prize 2020 click here.