The Bellabeat allows you to connect with your unborn baby and share your experience with friends, family and other future moms.
Bellabeat, the company that makes health trackers designed to look like jewelry, has developed an app for expecting parents.
The Bellabeat Leaf Urban, which launches today, hits all three marks. It's a pebble-like device with a leaf pattern on it (think Elven elegance) and can be worn as a bracelet, a necklace, or a clip.
Waggl, a simple way to crowdsource insight from a group of people, released new data today that indicates a significant gap between the intention and actual practice of business and HR leaders in listening to their employees.
Bellabeat filled this gap in the market with its first device, Shell, which allows pregnant women to hear, record and send their unborn baby’s heartbeat to friends and relatives, while also acting as a baby monitor, music player and home-monitoring device, once the baby is born.
Both the Apple Watch and FitBit have just one woman on their development teams, and Pebble's founding team had none. But newcomer Bellabeat, originally founded in Croatia, is an anomaly in that it is a tech company run by women -- its founder and chief medical officer are women -- and it's the only company actively making consumer health products specifically for women. The result? Explosive sales to female consumers.
Bellabeat's latest is the limited-edition Leaf, nature-inspired smart jewelry that helps track activity, sleep, stress, and nutrition.
BellaBeat co-founder and COO Urska Srsen's focus on female health and fitness goes way back. You might even say she inherited that passion from her mother, an obstetrician and gynecologist heading the perinatology department at Slovenia's University Clinical Center.
Bellabeat Leaf Pendant: Fashion meets function with the Bellabeat Leaf, a pendant that keeps tabs on physical activity, nutrition, sleep, and reproductive health.
Bellabeat, the startup that allows moms-to-be to track their pregnancies via a pocket-sized ultrasound tool, announced today that it is releasing a new batch of pregnancy products that will help expecting mothers to keep track of their health.
Bellabeat, the startup that launched earlier this year with a system to help moms-to-be to track their pregnancies, has closed on a $4.5 million round of funding.
Mr. Sandro Mur Co-Founded BabyWatch Inc. (dba Bellabeat) in 2012 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Mur is a Young Entrepreneur from Croatia, who started his first startup in elementary school. He was an online grade book. After finishing high school, he started to explore AI in diagnoses and developed an artificial diagnosis system for neuronal disorders called NMD. Before BabyWatch, he was the Founder of INU company specialized for expert systems in medicine, with a team of seven extraordinary engineers of mathematics and informatics. He first started making money by dealing with Dragon Ball picture cards.
Fine arts sculptress, UI/UX designer, passionate kitesurfer and windsurfer.