In 2015, a more progressive and robust attempt to service the aging population with a new generation of products and services will emerge. They will cover a wide range, including: drawing more boomers and seniors to dynamic small and medium size cities, where creative activities abound within walking distance; natural health products that enhance overall quality of life; fitness programs designed specifically for active older people; how-tos on engaging creative leisure activities; travel guides; learning skills programs; retro products, from clothing to entertainment activities.

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