Angel Investing Series 2020
Masterclass #7: Investing in Digital Health
Live Stream Panels Q&A | Wed 27 May | 3pm via Zoom
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Pre-recorded videos of keynotes will be available to registrants
prior to the live stream to review at your leisure.
Tickets $30 Non Members & Free for Members, Sponsors or PartnersThe Coronavirus (COVID-19) is in both a humanitarian and economic crisis. While we are still working out what the Post COVID-19 will look like, what is apparent now that digital health will play a big part.
So to discuss what digital health is, what the opportunities are and how you might be part of delivering impact, maybe in and maybe post, the COVID-19 world, join the Perth Angels in its online masterclass on Investing in Digital Health.
Digital health is the convergence of digital technologies with health, healthcare, living, and society to enhance the efficiency of healthcare delivery and make medicine more personalised and precise.
Digital Health technologies are disrupting the world and Perth Angels’ Angel Investing Series seeks to provide private investors and business owners with insights, tools and connections to better understand exactly how and where to participate and share in the commercial growth of these new technology ventures.
But how do you get to share in this value?
How do you assess which are the best digital health investment opportunities?
Western Australia now has an emerging digital health sector that is driving real innovation with the capability to gain a substantial share in this global growth.
The aim of this Investing in Digital Health Masterclass is to bring together leading practitioners and industry stakeholders to discuss key issues, considerations and best practice for investing in Digital Health technologies.
The Tech | What the terms mean
The Transformative Opportunity | How the Tech can create money
The Investment Opportunity | How does the investor make money
Registrants to this masterclass will have secure access to a series of pre-recorded keynote presentations prior to the live stream event. Better understand, what:
- the terms are in Digital Health technologies.
- are the drivers creating opportunity for digital health ventures.
- are the commercialisation pathways relevant to digital health.
- are best practices in approach investment in digital health ventures.
Review prior to get your questions ready to put to the panelists during the live stream!
Registrants to this masterclass will receive secure access codes to the live stream on the 27th of May with two panel sessions on:
The Transformative Opportunity A panel of industry practitioners actually building and operating Digital Health ventures.
Listen to their experiences and ask direct to them, questions you have!
The Investment Opportunity A different panel of industry and investment practitioners actually investing Digital Health ventures from across government funding, private early stage and through public listings.
Join the conversation by registering HERE.
WHY THE ANGEL INVESTING SERIES?
New economy technologies are disrupting the world and Perth Angels’ Angel Investing Series seeks to provide private investors and business owners with insights, tools and connections to better understand exactly how and where to participate and share in the commercial growth of these new technology ventures. Perth Angels has successfully delivered well attended masterclasses in the past year on investment best practices in Blockchain, Drones, Med Tech and Cyber Security Tech, Medicinal Cannabis and Food Value Add.
Disclaimer: The information to be shared in this event, and links provided, is for general information only and should not be taken as constituting professional advice from the event organiser and presenters. Perth Angels and associated parties are not financial advisers. You should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice to check how the website information relates to your unique circumstances. Perth Angels and associated parties are not liable for any loss caused, whether due to negligence or otherwise arising from the use of, or reliance on, the information provided directly or indirectly, through this event.