AXA’s Heath Tech & You Awards are working with Saga to find exciting and innovative companies that can help their customers to pursue their passions. Whether this be travelling the world, undertaking a new pursuit or even just improving daily activities, Saga see an opportunity to leverage technology to help make their customers’ lives even better.
Amid a climate of significant developments in technology, changing consumer attitudes and increasing focus on wellness and preventative health, AXA Health Tech & You is launching two new categories to identify, recognise and celebrate excellence in entrepreneurship in health technology.
AXA are looking for a broad range of solutions that can support children and/or their parents in understanding and managing mental health. The solution can focus on any mental health problem and part of the journey from pre-diagnosis to treatment but must be able to offer solid scientific evidence of efficacy.
AXA are looking for affordable solutions that are proven to change behaviour and deliver better sleeping patterns in everyday life. As sleep behaviour is associated with many aspects of lifestyle such as nutrition, exercise and stress, a flexible and adaptive approach to collaboration with other solutions is important.
Previous finalists and winners of the Awards programme have enjoyed these benefits.
Industry recognition potentially leading to funding, business partnerships and mentoring
Extensive media exposure including television broadcast, previously reaching a total global audience of 200 million
Attendance at the AXA Health Tech & You Awards gala evening
Opportunities to attend, speak and exhibit at other AXA Health Tech & You events throughout the year
Tailored social media and support programme
Inclusion on the AXA Health Tech & You digital platforms
Provision of resources pack, including Awards finalist/winner logo, for own promotional use
We’re delighted to share with you our previous finalists from the last 3 years of our Awards programme. Each one is truly amazing and often there is personal reason behind why the health tech has been developed – perhaps a desire to get fitter or a family member with a condition.