Dealing with the death of a loved one is a sensitive subject but a new wave of startups is aiming to make this loss easier to manage and help people mourn in a digital era. So how can tech help us grieve and manage death in the 21st century? What are the ethical considerations involved in dealing with such a sensitive subject? How can businesses make a positive case for their services without unsettling or upsetting consumers? And how could tech potentially change the way we view loss and mourning? We’re looking to speak to startups and investors with experience of providing services around end-of-life and death, as well as futurists with a vision of how tech will impact the way we view death.
Startups / investors involved in services catering to end-of-life and death