Worth is looking ahead with its latest live series, The Next Normal. What will the world look like after the current crisis passes? How will specific businesses and sectors not only respond to the existing challenges but also transform to adapt to the new frontier? Join timely discussions with special guests and experts from an expanse of industries including finance, fashion, retail, real estate, art, food, sports and more, as we dive deep into what the future holds for us in a post-pandemic world.

Session 15: How Technology Is Empowering Women’s Health – Thursday, August 6, 2020, 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT

With special guests: Simmone Taitt, Founder & CEO of Poppy Seed Health, Debra Bass CMO & President of Nuvo Group America, Elizabeth Bailey, Managing Director of Rhia Ventures, and Kathleen Entwistle, Private Wealth Advisor of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management / Moderated by: Juliet Scott-Croxford, CEO of Worth


When it comes to health disparities, women’s health innovation holds the potential to break down some major barriers. Today, health care products and services for women account for only 4 percent of the overall funding for health care research and development, while 85 percent of modern moms say they don’t feel society really supports motherhood, according to a recent survey. Fortunately, femtech is looking to address just that by creating technology that helps women take charge of their health and the care they receive. Even further, it’s estimated that investments and VC funding in femtech will reach $9 billion by 2024. Join Worth during World Breastfeeding Week for a discussion on how tech companies are giving women better access to health care and how femtech is leading us into the future.

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