On the 17th and 18th June 2019, a selected group of cross-sector healthy longevity experts representing academia, research, policy, business, insurance and finance joined together in Liechtenstein to discuss the future of the healthy longevity sector in Europe.
Longevity Vaduz Roundtable was organized by the International Institute of Longevity and hosted by the Vaduz Roundtable Foundation represented by Prince Michael of Liechtenstein.
The vision of the International Institute of Longevity is to identify, highlight and promote solutions, technologies and lifestyle choices that prevent chronic and age-related diseases leading to increased vitality and healthy life spans.
Longevity Vaduz Roundtable was the first of a series of biannual expert meetings conducted under Chatham House rules. It addresses and validates the common vision of the sector, to support better understanding, protecting a strong reputation and promoting the healthy longevity sector in Europe.
Longevity Vaduz Roundtable on the 17th and 18th June 2019
The main objective of the meeting, besides gathering a group of distinguished experts, was to reach conclusions and recommendations and to document this in a White Paper, which will be issued in August 2019. It will be distributed to interested parties on academic, political, public administration and business levels, as a basis for strategic decisions for future activities.
One of the main objectives of the White Paper would be to share existing best practices and developing new ones in close collaboration with academia, business and policymakers.
Our target is to develop a healthy longevity agenda for Europe leading toward a healthy and financially sound future for our society.