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Today, 99 per cent of the world remains unconnected — it’s Cisco’s mission to change that statistic. By 2020 we expect 37 billion new devices and “things” to become connected to Internet, allowing for the organic and digital to communicate, for nature to speak for itself, and for transportation networks to work as one. And that’s just the beginning….
In the health industry, emerging new models of care mean that people will be cared for, and care for themselves, in a range of different settings. Handheld devices, sensors, monitoring equipment and wearable devices are just some of the ways in which our health will be monitored more closely and more dynamically than ever before.
Whether it be the devices themselves, the caregiver, or the patient, Cisco’s solutions can underpin a secure, flexible, collaborative environment where people and “things” are all connected to provide rich information, supporting new delivery models.
We call this the Internet of Everything, and Cisco’s experience and expertise in network technologies makes it uniquely positioned to help customers capture the value of this transition, today and into the future. To learn more, go to cisco.co.uk/tomorrow and join the conversation #TOMORROWstartshere
Cisco is a worldwide leader in IT, helping organisations seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. For ongoing news, visit thenetwork.cisco.com.
Startup Stage Partner
Bupa proudly supports healthcare entrepreneurship and innovation in order to enable millions of people to access quality and affordable healthcare worldwide.
There’s a new renaissance in healthcare and startup businesses are at the core of it. Tackling the toughest challenges in healthcare requires innovative solutions and breakthrough partnerships to make an impact on the health of the world.
The Bupa WIRED Health Startup Stage is a fantastic platform to share and discuss groundbreaking new services and capabilities developed by the most interesting startups of the moment.
Eventbrite is the world’s largest self-service ticketing platform and enables people all over the world to manage, sell and promote tickets to any sort of event.
Eventbrite has processed over 170 million tickets and registrations in 187 countries worldwide, totalling more than £1.2 billion in gross ticket sales. The online event registration service makes it easy for everyone to discover events, and to share the events they’re attending with the people they know.
eHealth Law & Policy is a new monthly journal that aims to provides analysis of the global legal and regulatory developments and industry initiatives surrounding the transformation of the healthcare industry into the online and mobile world.
Its mission is to provide all parties involved in the space with in-depth expertise on the issues and developments that matter in what is a fast-moving and hugely important industry.
EHI Live, on November 4-5, 2014, is now in its seventh year. The event attracts visitors and delegates from around the UK and beyond who are keen to listen to industry figures and investigate new technologies. The exhibition gives visitors the chance to see the best that NHS IT suppliers have to offer the health service, as it gets to grips with the need to save money while improving patient access and quality.
Health 2.0 Europe aims to leverage the international health innovation ecosystem to promote cross-pollination of ideas and technology collaboration for improved delivery and outcomes in Europe. Its 2013 event was a great success with over 475 delegates, 80 speakers, 50 live demos and 30 journalists. The event showcased the latest in health technology and facilitated a high level of networking.
Medical News Today is the web’s largest independent medical and health news site – with over 10,000,000 monthly unique users. Medical News Today is used by pharmaceutical, biotech and health organisations, advertising agencies, PR companies and vertical ad networks to deliver targeted disease/condition and general health campaigns.
m-Spark is an accelerator for mobile projects that make scalable social impact in education, health, agriculture and disability. m-Spark accelerates selected social entrepreneurship projects through expert mentoring in business modelling, marketing, financing, and project management providing international exposure; and enabling access to international partners and markets.
One Nucleus is a membership organisation for international life science and healthcare companies. It is based in Cambridge and London, at the heart of some of Europe’s largest life science and healthcare clusters. It aims be the top European life science and healthcare network and maximise the global competitiveness of its members. The company has over 470 organisations as members from across these sectors.
PharmiWeb Solutions aims to provide robust technology solutions and solid planning across all its network partnerships to ensure global reach.
Its mission is to showcase and encourage the application of emerging technology to solve real challenges in society, exploring future cities, sustainability, energy, transport, education and healthcare.
Silicon Roundabout and Silicon Fen are two blogs covering the technology hubs of London and Cambridge. Their mission is to bring informative interviews, insight and news from the brightest innovators and fast growing businesses emerging in the ‘disruptive’ economy through regular features, podcasts and guest opinion.
UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) is the national trade association representing angel and early stage investment in the UK. The angel community in the UK is very diverse reflecting a range of different models and approaches. UKBAA represents and connects all those involved in the angel investment market, with a view to ensuring a coherent ecosystem for financing the growth of start-up and early stage businesses.
The goal is to provide a platform for industry innovators, entrepreneurs and investors to connect with like-minded people with the knowledge, vision and connections that will move the internet of wearable things forward. Events are held globally.