We are glad to invite you to the next Shanghai BioClouds conference “Senior living in China – the new challenge” that will take place a few days before the celebration for elderly people in China during the Chongyang Festival!
There will be presentations from Shu Li, Executive Director of Starcastle Senior Living company, and Bromme Hampton Cole, President of Hampton Hoerter Healthcare, who will talk about Chinese senior living, their perspectives and the reality (more information below).
Please, register before September 15th (Monday). This event is limited to 40 seats (first come, first serve basis) and is free of charge.
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As always feel free to invite Friends and SME’s interested in such topic.
10:05 Welcome speech and introduction of the agenda – Pascal Marmier, CEO of swissnex China
10:15 Introduction of Shanghai BioClouds – Simon Pico, Project Manager of Lyon BioPole
10:25 “What can a good Chinese senior living community offer? Perspectives of an operator”
. by Shu Li, Executive Director of Starcastle Senior Living company
10:50 “China Senior Living: the Mania and the Realities”
. by Bromme Hampton Cole, President of Hampton Hoerter Healthcare
11:15 General Discussion
13:00 End of the event
|Shu Li is Executive Director of Starcastle, a senior living services provider formed by Fortress and Fosun. Shu currently oversees operations of Starcastle’s flagship senior living community in Shanghai, leading dining, hospitality, healthcare, activities, and other departments to ensure optimal experience and wellbeing of the residents in this fast growing community. Before Starcastle, Shu was Engagement Manager with McKinsey, advising hospitals and healthcare systems in the US and Asia on strategy and operations. Shu holds a Master of Public Health degree from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University.|
Bromme Hampton Cole
|Bromme Hampton Cole has been involved in healthcare for over 20 years and a fixture in the senior living industry in China for over 5 years. His recent, critically acclaimed book, “Enter the Ageing Dragon” has set the standard for inquiry into the complex world of geriatric care in China. In his discussion, “China Senior Living: the Mania and the Realities”, Bromme will address the present challenges of providing aged care to China’s elderly.|