Last February, businessman Tom Higley brought 10 entrepreneurs together in Denver to discuss 10 of the toughest problems in health care and see if they could launch companies to address them. And after 10 days of intense discussions followed by
The ranks of entrepreneurs, including successful serial entrepreneurs, are increasing. And we have begun to see signs of a new ‘new thing’–the belief that entrepreneurs hold the key to tackling some of the world’s wicked problems.
Denver’s own digital-health business generator 10.10.10 launched year two on Monday, laying out a second set of 10 critical health issues that would benefit from an entrepreneur’s touch.
Ten successful prospective CEOs from around the country have come together for the next 10 days to tap into their experience and creativity to explore market-based solutions to 10 “wicked” health problems in a program founded by Denver entrepreneur Tom Higley.
Last year’s catchy 10.10.10 health event returns June 20, and organizers say the 10-day Denver creation is still very focused on how “successful entrepreneurs come together to identify their ‘next big thing.'”