11-11-10 GC Webinar: Mary Furlong Speaks – new revenue streams

GrandCare Systems 11-11-10 Webinar
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Topic: Mary Furlong Speaks
New Revenue Streams
As aging in place technology companies go to market with products and services it is important to form partnerships with enterprises that have both distribution and trust with the end user. Given the current economic climate and conditions for nonprofits at the national, state, and local level there is a new interest and sense of agility about forming partnerships with companies that have great products, shared values, and are building solutions to endure.

Mary Furlong, Ed.D., MFA’s president and CEO, is a leading authority on the baby boom generation as it moves toward and beyond age 50. She has guided the offline and online 45+ market strategies of leading corporations and nonprofit organizations for more than 20 years, and her list of clients includes AARP, J & J, Microsoft, First Republic Bank, First STREET, Taheima, and Wellcore. Mary founded MFA in 2003 to help socially-and consumer-conscious companies understand the real needs of this growing market.

In addition, Mary is the Dean’s Executive Professor of Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business.

Mary is the author of the book Turning Silver into Gold: How to Profit in the New Boomer Marketplace, which was published in February 2007 by Financial Times Press. She also co-authored the book Grown-Up’s Guide to Computing, published by Microsoft Press in 1999.

1 reply
  1. Steve Abate
    Steve Abate says:

    Hi Mary

    We had met in Orlando at the AARP conference. Your personal services and our advanced assistive technology can add a strong measure of comfort, convenience and control to those that desire to remain at home but have conditions that may limit their ability to move freely, communicate effectively or otherwise navigate their environment.

    Together we can ensure and encourage those that desire to age in place the opportunity to do so with safety and peace of mind. Partnering is redefining assisted living at home. Your personal touch and our technology……………Win–Win. Please feel free to call me directly at anytime on my cell at 484-571-2040 to further discuss how we may blend our services to assist those in need.

    Thank you

    Steve Abate


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