By 2025 about one-third of Europe's population will be aged 60 years and over. There will be a particularly rapid increase in the number of people aged 80 years and older. The countries of Europe must develop strategies to meet this challenge. Promoting good health and active social participation among older citizens will be crucial to these strategies.
Driving Business Excellence through Corporate Culture and Health Driving Business Excellence through Corporate Culture" is the subject of a European Management Conference which will be organised by the Network Enterprise for Health on October 13 ? 15 in Berlin.
The way citizens around the globe live and work is rapidly changing. In the developed regions of the world, three main trends are driving change: continuously increasing economic integration, the development of new technologies - particularly in the field of communication and information exchange – and the demographic ageing of most societies. In Europe, communities are also faced with relatively low average employment rates and high long-term unemployment – a huge challenge for the sustainability of our social protection systems.