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The Business of…Technology Serving Elders

David InnsThe eleventh show, The Business of…Technology Serving Elders, we have guest David Inns, President & CEO, GreatCall, Inc., creator of Jitterbug cell phone and a leader in wireless services focused on helping customers stay connected, safe and healthy.

David also sits on the Board of Directors. Working with founders Arlene Harris and Marty Cooper, David designed and launched the GreatCall service in November 2006—a service that has gone through extraordinary growth and has been recognized by a long list of awards for its innovations in mHealth and in serving Older Americans.

David has 25 years of telecom management experience. Before joining GreatCall, David was Vice President, Consumer Markets for Bell Mobility in Canada where he ran the $1.6 billion consumer market P&L. He was also Vice President, Consumer Marketing for Bell Canada where he ran the $4 billion wireline P&L. David was a Partner at DiamondCluster International in the Chicago and San Francisco offices.

David holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Western Ontario. He has an MBA from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and is also a licensed member of the Association of Professional Engineers.

The Business of Aging with Lori Bitter
July 12, 2011 – Episode 11: The Business of…Technology Serving Elders

Guest: David Inns, President and CEO of Great Call, Inc.[audio:boa11.mp3|titles=The Business of Aging – Episode 11]
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