Maddy Dychtwald

Age Wave

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Co-Founder of Age Wave, a research and consulting firm focused on understanding the impact of the aging of the population on the workplace, the marketplace and our lives; author of Cycles: How We Will Live, Work and Buy

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This year's World Economic Forum at Davos released a  report  that surprised those still worried about overpopulation. Forget the " Population Bomb ."

Global Ageing: Peril or Promise?

This year's World Economic Forum at Davos released a report that surprised those still worried about overpopulation. Forget the " Population Bomb ."

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