Are there things you could be doing Smarter?

The Senior Living Innovation Forum is an intimate retreat for senior housing providers that want to disrupt the status quo.

Over the next 10-15 years, the population of Americans aged 65 years or older will more than double to 78 million people (25% of the US population). For the first time in U.S. history, older people will outnumber children.

This unprecedented growth will bring demand for new facilities and services to satisfy the unique needs and desires of a more sophisticated and independent senior demographic. Owners and operators of senior housing will need to rise to meet new market expectations and deliver quality experiences and care while balancing cost and profitability.

In order to adapt to this changing landscape, senior housing providers will have to reimagine their business models in order to remain relevant. SLIF brings the industry together in a casual setting to anticipate and shape this future. From cutting-edge talks and small group discussions to strategic sourcing meetings with the industry’s best service providers, participants leave with the knowledge and partners necessary to remain competitive during these transformative times.

Who Attends?

Participation in the Senior Living Innovation Forum is by invitation-only. Invited participants are executive leadership from the nation’s top senior living providers.


Job Titles Include:

CEO, President, Principal, CFO, COO, SVP of Operations, VP of Operations, VP of Innovation.

”The boomers are not going to want senior housing as it is today. That’s why I come to conferences like this, to get the ideas of others who are thinking about what we need to do to change and to be prepared for that.”

Founder & CEO – Benchmark Senior Living

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influence group produces invite-only leadership forums.

The opposite of a trade show, influence events are intimate, personable and centered around building meaningful relationships.

Genuine People. Honest Dialogue. Effective Collaboration.