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Myant sets up Executive Health Advisory Board

Sep '19
Scott Bruder & David Feygin. Pic: Myant
Scott Bruder & David Feygin. Pic: Myant
Myant has set up an Executive Health Advisory Board (EHAB), comprising senior industry leaders and practitioners to help shape Myant’s long-term business strategy. Myant has created the first platform that ambiently connects people to their own bodies, to each other, and to the world around them through textiles that sense and react to the human body.

Myant, leader in textile computing, is positioned for significant growth, buoyed by its recent new B2B partnerships as well as the anticipated launch of the Skiin Connected Apparel line and the Myant biometric data platform.

The company is building upon its well-established and growing body of R and D and intellectual property relating to the functionalisation of textiles, and applying it to opportunities across healthcare, wellness and workplace safety. It is also drawing on key partnerships and collaborations, such as one with the Mayo Clinic for the development of remote heart monitoring applications, to create solutions using longitudinal biometric data that can help all people live healthier and more productive lives.

Dr. Scott Bruder, founder and CEO, Bruder Consulting & Venture Group, David Feygin, VP IT and chief digital health officer, Boston Scientific, Suraj Kapa, cardiologist and Cardiac Electrophysiology, Mayo Clinic, and Giri Logsetty, cardiologist, St Joseph’s Health Centre will be part of EHAB as external advisors.

“We are thrilled to be able to leverage the expertise of this incredible group of leaders, each of whom possesses a unique perspective on how building a new textile-based connection between the human body and the digital world can help transform lives and create value for everyday people, healthcare providers, and businesses across industries,” said Tony Chahine, founder and CEO of Myant. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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