The Age of No Retirement Event  Book your ticket here

We’re creating a world where your age does not matter. Join us for cakes and inspired conversation on Thursday 16th June between ten and twelve at the central library conference rooms, first floor, Lion Yard, Cambridge.   This lottery-backed innovation organisation has launched the UK’s first crowd-sourcing platform dedicated to creating an age-neutral world. Its co-founder, Dr.Jonathan Collie, will also provide a demo of their exciting new Innovation Platform and explore how we can all help to build a new age-positive society. Do join in the discussion and get your voice heard. Bring yourselves, friends, mobiles, tablets or laptops to participate in the Innovation Platform demo. And please let us know in advance so we know how many cakes to buy.

About The Age of No Retirement:  As a not-for-profit lottery-funded agency TAONR
 is an Innovation Platform Social Enterprise. We aim to create a multi-generational world; one in which we automatically value young and old in equal measure. We are working with one  of the world’s leading crowd sourcing platform’s, Spigit, to create an online community  – young and old – from all walks of life. To co-design new solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing people of all ages. To mobilise the wisdom of our community to generating high-impact ideas for the common good. Working together we can select the best ideas and help shape them into new products, services and processes. Each challenge revolves around important questions that we need each others help in answering. One topic might be ‘What should a new retirement model look like?’, or ‘Can we design a fashion range for all ages?’, or even ‘Can we create an Experience Academy?’  It can be anything at all, provided there is an intent to help create a stronger inter-generational society. Where one’s age does not matter. Challenging ideas is the very beginning so do join us on Let us hear your solutions and post as many ideas as you like. Your thoughts and insights are important.