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F002 Is it possible to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone in the world? (Esther Dyson – Way to Wellville; Steven Krein, Unity Stoakes – Startup Health)

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F002 Is it possible to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone in the world? (Esther Dyson – Way to Wellville; Steven Krein, Unity Stoakes – Startup Health)

The legendary investor Esther Dyson is not a big fan of technology. She is a proponent of big ideas, demanding projects with a long-term positive influence on society. Founders of…
January 26, 2018

F002 Is it possible to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone in the world? (Esther Dyson – Way to Wellville; Steven Krein, Unity Stoakes – Startup Health)

The legendary investor Esther Dyson is not a big fan of technology. She is a proponent of big ideas, demanding projects with a long-term positive influence on society. Founders of StartupHealth Unity Stoakes and Steven Krein are serial entrepreneurs, driving positive change with innovators working on technological and other innovations in healthcare and medicine. At its inception, the idea behind StartupHealth was simple and very, very, very optimistic: to improve health and well-being of every person in the world. If that seemed like a fantasy seven years ago, the organisation came a long way by now. StartupHealth connects 200 companies, so-called transformers, listed in 10 categories or as they call them – moonshots.
In this episode, Esther Dyson explains why she invested in the company in its very early days. She shares her thoughts on how she sees problems society faces when it comes to health and wellbeing. Steven and Unity talk about the past, the future and the positive attitude one needs to keep trying even when things in business get tough.

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