Around the world, people are living longer as birth rates decline. As this dramatic shift in global demographics escalates, both public policymakers and the private business sector must reevaluate their long-term strategies. The changing landscape offers significant rewards for those with the foresight to adapt.
We’re stepping up to address population aging with new ways of thinking.
By the year 2050
By 2020, nearly double
that of the 60+
population in 2010
We’re meeting the challenges caused by global aging with winning strategies for economic growth and market solutions that help governments and businesses adapt to these massive demographic shifts.
On July 27, 2018, GCOA and Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) released a new Dementia Innovation Readiness report for 2018, along with an update to the 2017 Index. The new report and the update officially launched at the ADI conference in Chicago.Read Now
On July 9-10, 2019, the 1st Global Business Conference on Aging will bring together legacy interests, C-suite business leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and policy- and decision-makers in Helsinki to prepare business for the decade of Healthy Ageing 2020-30. Organized by the Global Coalition on Aging, the conference will be the center of informed global discussion on the challenges, opportunities, discoveries and forward-looking path for businesses and governments in meeting the needs and demands of a new world transformed by our rapidly changing demographics.Read Now
The Guiding Principles for Age-Friendly Businesses help companies create workplaces that embrace and support workers of all ages – key to success in a rapidly aging world. Companies that endorse these seven principles not only will be seen as forward-thinking and ahead of the game, they also will be positioned to realize tangible gains in productivity, competitiveness, and worker satisfaction.Read Now
GCOA's Remote Care Delivery initiative engages a diverse and cross-sector group of stakeholders in the RCD ecosystem, to, together, urge providers, payers, researchers, patients, caregivers, and advocates for healthy and active aging to adopt remote care delivery as a standard of care.Read Now
Since 2012, Aegon has carried out the largest global retirement survey of its kind. The 2018 survey finds a crumbling "social contract" for retirement and calls for a new blueprint. More »
In partnership with the Gerontological Society of America, Bank of America Merrill Lynch released a report on the longevity economy and the central role that older Americans will play in our future economy. More »
BlackRock launched the BlackRock Retirement Institute in 2016 to enable clients and the broader community to make better decisions about retirement and longevity. More »
We represent some of the world’s most influential brands, providing them with strategic insights, best practices, and access to a growing network of influencers that can maximize their business potential and turn global aging into a catalyst for productivity and wealth creation.
Our analysis of the aging market and related markets helps shape global receptivity to longevity-related business solutions.
Our relationships with governments and global institutions enable us to inform them about the opportunities associated with aging populations.
Our understanding of the policy landscape helps strategically position businesses with the stakeholders leading the global dialogue on aging.
We keep our members and partners in touch with the most recent updates and opinions in the worldwide dialogue on population longevity and related issues.