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CES 2023 Roundup

Updated: Feb 1, 2023

Musical Health Technologies co-founders and sister-brother duo, Rachel Francine (CEO) and Andy Tubman (Chief Clinical Officer) had quite a time at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023. Having attended the conference in their late teens on “vacation” with their inventor father, this was not the first CES for the duo or for SingFit, though this time certainly had many highlights!

Name Dropped by AARP CEO Before Seth and Laura Miller Rogen Panel

Pictured (left to right): AARP’s SVP of Innovation and Development, Andy Miller and CEO Jo Ann Jenkins. Seth Rogen, Lauren Miller Rogen and CEO Jo Ann Jenkins on stage at CES.

Before actor and activist Seth Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen took to the stage at CES to discuss their brain health organization HFC (formally known as Hilarity for Charity), AARP’s CEO Jo Ann Jenkins was asked by Senior Vice President of Innovation and Development Andy Miller what technologies from the organizations that are part of the AgeTech Collaborative she was most excited about. Turns out it’s SingFit! We are honored to be at the top of that list, which now includes a host of tech innovations you can learn about on their website.

Announced the Spring Launch of the SingFit 2.0 Platform

At the AgeTech Collaborative space at CES, Rachel discussed music as medicine and SingFit’s new algorithmically driven platform launching in April 2023. Sign up for our newsletter to make sure you get all the news on the new platform. Then, Andy led the CES attendees in a rousing rendition of the Bill Withers tune "Lean on Me". Take a look below.

SingFit in Film Produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions
Simon Shelly, Vice President of BBC Studios, speaking with Charlotte Robbins, BBC StoryWorks Partnerships Manager.

In several different talks at CES including “Inclusive Technology for Long Lives, Well-lived”, “Founders: The Power of Story”, and “BBC StoryWorks: World Premiere of the Frontiers of Aging”, Simon Shelley, the Vice President of BBC Studios spoke about their new film series, Technology’s Golden Age produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions. Shelley along with Charlotte Robbins, head of programming partnerships at BBC StoryWorks, spoke about how SingFit will be taking part in a Technology’s Golden Age episode on brain health along with Sara Lenz Lock, AARP’s Senior Vice President of Policy & Brain Health and Executive Director of the Global Council on Brain Health. The film will air in April, simultaneously taking place with SingFit’s first international launch in the UK. Stay tuned for more information on when and where you can watch the #TechnologysGoldenAge film.

On Tour with the Consumer Technology Association Foundation

Rachel and Andy were honored to speak with other members of The Consumer Technology Association Foundation, the not-for-profit arm of the Consumer Technology Association, during their tour of the CES floor. The CTA Foundation works to bring “technology to those most in need — seniors and people with disabilities. The tour, curated and led by CTA Executive Director, Steve Ewell gave the SingFit staff the ability to demonstrate and talk about music as medicine with other organizations interested in ensuring technology and its benefits are as inclusive as possible.

Rachel and Ryan Elza, VP of Innovation at Volunteers of America, one of the members of the CTA Foundation.

After CES, Rachel traveled to the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference to continue the conversation about music as medicine. To read about that experience, click here.


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