Other Interactive Graphs and Charts

This interactive chart represents major longevity subsectors by funding amount. Accordingly to it, FinTech, Age-friendly Banks, and AI for Longevity are the largest subsectors in Greater Manchester's longevity industry.

Major Longevity Subsectors

by Funding Amount, £B

This interactive graph depicts the location of longevity investors, the major number of which are located in the United Kingdom predominantly include companies with headquarters in London (30 entities).

Location of

Longevity Investors, %

This interactive chart depicts 35 R&D centres focused on longevity discovery and development. The main research fields are social care for elderly adults and digital healthcare, mental health (especially dementia), biomarkers and diagnostics, and ageing.

This interactive graph represents 25 longevity Hubs & Accelerators in the Greater Manchester area. According to the graph, there are almost equal parts of for-profit and non-profit organisations, but for-profit companies constitute the majority (52%).

These interactive charts illustrate 475 longevity not-for-profit and charity organisations in the Greater Manchester area. Among them, the largest proportion (49%) is held by Nursing Services and Elderly Care (33%) that provide a public benefit. Organisations that provide and organise different social activities for elderly people are also contributing to Manchester age-friendly services. The proportion of these organisations is 16%. As evidenced by the graphs, there are also other organisations, including Housing, Social Care and others.

Longevity R&D Centres

by Research Area, Total Amount

Hubs & Accelerators

by Company Type, %

Non-profit Organisations

by Category, Total Amount

Non-profit Organisations

by Category, %

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