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The "Global Startup Aging2.0 search" the competition for the innovative start-up 'aging focused' took place in Ancona the 6th of June, organized by COOSS Marche and Polytechnic University of Marche at the Faculty of Economics within the framework of AdriHealthmob.

The contest has touched cities like New York, Tokyo, Sydney and Beijing, and Ancona has represented the only Italian stage.

Seven Innovative Startup participated in the competition, coming not only from Italy but also from the Adriatic Ionian Macro-region countries. Here the list in alphabetical order: APIs Srl, Daivai Srl, Innovamelab Srl, Parsek ltd, Skopia Srl, Virtech Srl, Vitaever Srl. First, Startups shown to the jury and the public they innovative services and products for health and care sector; then the International Jury, made up of investors, academics and industry experts - chaired by the rector of Polytechnic University of Marche, Prof. Sauro Longhi - elected as the winner the Vitaever Srl startup of Bologna, with its software solution in the integrated management of home care services. The second prize went to Parsek Srl Lubljana, for E-Health Vitaly platform.

The start-up winner will participate in the second stage of the global online assessment and in the Optimize final event in San Francisco, in October 2016.