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By Paul Lunow

Nepos in the rbb Evening Show and in Conversation With Seniors All Over the World


Dear Companists,

Monday was the "International Day of the Elderly." It was introduced by the United Nations in 1991 under the motto "Leaving No-One Behind." The day is intended to raise awareness of the challenges of an aging society and draw attention to the problems of older people. By 2030, more than 20 percent of the world's population - or 1.4 billion people - are expected to be over 60 years old.

The rbb also took the "International Day of the Elderly" as an opportunity to report on the topic. On Monday, the rbb evening show visited us and examined the question: What could a computer look like that older people, in particular, can cope with well? In a conversation with the editor, I was able to explain our company goals, explain the user guidance via the Ui+ and once again draw attention to the Companisto campaign. We were particularly pleased with the results of the two older men who tested the Nepos Tablet during the evening show. Here you can see the article including the verdict of the testers:

Global Perspectives – Seniors From Around the World

Our motto at Nepos is "A digital world. For all." We are committed to leaving no one behind. To strengthen the perception of older people, we have launched a blog series on our new Nepos website in light of the World Senior Citizens Day: "Global Perspectives - Seniors Around the World." Our aim is to draw attention to the thoughts and attitudes of older people. We asked ourselves what senior citizens think of new technologies, how they think about digitalization, and what hopes and fears they associate with it.

For the project we got in touch with friends and families all over the world; with the help of their networks, we found people who gave us an insight into their perspectives on the subject of aging in a digital age. We interviewed a broad and diverse group of people. The "Global Perspective" interviews will be published on our Nepos blog at regular intervals in the coming weeks. The interviews in our blog series can be found here:

We are currently collecting suggestions for more conversation partners. If you know older people - from different countries in the world - who could extend our perspective map, please send us an email to

We look forward to your suggestions.

Best greetings,



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