We’ll be at the GIANT Health Event 2021 on the 30 November – 1 December. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our panel discussions around some of the latest advances in Femtech and Agetech on the second day of the event.


Women have been underserved and underrepresented in the collection of data and the design of technology historically. As the world makes strides in equality and diversity, what are the pragmatic opportunities to both address these failings and to create high growth businesses in this space, where female-focused products (often led by pioneering female founders) can thrive.

Has the male-dominated world of tech recognised the magnitude of this opportunity? Our panel of leading founders and entrepreneurs will answer this and other questions. 

Jacob Skinner, CEO, Thrive Wearables
Anneke van Abbema, Wearable & Softgoods Designer, Ann.ID
Sophie Smith, Founder and CEO, Nabta Health
Anna Gudmundson, CEO, BioSelf Technology
Hana Janebdar, Co-founder and CEO, Juno Bio

The need for better understanding of ageing and age-related disease is driven by multiple factors, including the ageing population, maintaining quality of life, later life care. Caring for people in their home and on their terms is increasingly possible with the technologies emerging and there has never been a better time to address the systemic issues with healthcare provision.

Can we extend and improve life with wearable technology? The panel of experts will debate this question and many others.

Jacob Skinner, CEO, Thrive Wearables
Zeke Steer, CEO, Milbotix
Louise Rogerson, Chief Operating Officer, Howz
Katherine Church, Chief Digital Officer, Surrey Heartlands ICS

Are you building a wearable?


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