Women's Forum  Singapore 2024


Anna Butterworth

Ultra Violet Agency

Founder & Trend Director


Anna Butterworth, a FemTech pioneer and visionary, founded Ultra Violet, the first agency globally dedicated to trend forecasting in women's health and FemTech. Anna's journey through the ranks of Elvie as their inaugural communications hire to establishing Ultra Violet Agency highlights her as a frontrunner in identifying and shaping global trends. Her work includes building out long term forestight strategies for large organisations, launching groundbreaking campaigns, advising FemTech startups across Europe, and drafting the only trend forecasts in the industry, underlining her pivotal role in women’s wellness innovation. Anna's expertise not only clarifies the future of FemTech but actively moulds it, ensuring her initiatives align with the evolving needs of tomorrow's consumers. Her profound impact stems from a deep understanding of market dynamics, an expansive global network, and a commitment to enhancing women's health through technology. This month, Anna launches the first ten year trend forecast in Women's Health; FemTech Futures 2035: The trends shaping the next decade in Women's Health. Download the report directly from https://www.ultraviolet.agency/

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Innovate Hub (Discovery Space)
Jun 20, 2024
11:15 AM12:00 PM

Barriers to reproductive health resources for women in Asia

Anna ButterworthUltra Violet AgencyFounder & Trend Director Zeke ChewZora HealthGlobal Product ManagerMarine Queniart StojanovicGranate HealthCEO
In the aftermath of the pandemic, the already existing high maternal mortality rates, menstrual cycle dysfunctions and fertility issues for women in Asia have widened. Creating HealthTech solutions that identify vulnerable points in women’s health services are crucial steps to empower women and girls’ reproductive health and wellbeing in the region. What role does awareness, education, technology, and equal access to resources play in overcoming the barriers to women's reproductive health in Asia?