Firstbeat commercialises Finnish science

Firstbeat commercialises Finnish science

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Firstbeat commercialises Finnish science

“We are able to read a range of wellbeing signals from the heart. Heart rate variation opens a window which tells about stress levels, sleep quality and recovery rate. By measuring the heart’s activity, we are able to produce the world’s best information on what is going on in a body,” says Firstbeat’s CEO Joni Kettunen.

Not only the Dudesons are interested in measuring life quality and performance, but so are top athletes – and increasingly also ordinary office workers.

"More than 18,000 top athletes are using our products around the world, including half of the NHL clubs. Wellbeing at work is also a growing business, as work becomes more and more demanding and employers want to invest in the performance of their staff. Already more than 200,000 employees in the Nordic countries and the UK have analysed their ways of life with Firstbeat measurements," says Kettunen.

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