Walk With Path starts the New Year with press coverage from major outlets, including The Sunday Times and AXA who shared Bruce Jockelson's story. Bruce suffers from Parkinson's and the 'freezing of gait' symptom, which makes it difficult for him to walk. Watch how Path Finder manages to alleviate this and improve his mobility.
BBC feature: Can laser shoes help people with Parkinson's walk?
Our friends at BBC News released a video feature covering Path Finder last week, which quickly became the 7th most watched video on the site. Follow this link to learn more about how Mel's life has changed ever since she started using Path Finder.
On the front page of Jyllands-Posten
Yesterday, our founder Lise Pape was on the front page of Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten's online edition and today there is a big print feature. She explains how Brexit led her to create a subsidiary in Denmark. The article is in Danish and available to read for Jyllands-Posten subscribers. Follow this link to see it.
Vodafone Techstarter Finalist
In last month's newsletter, we were happy to announce that we had made the Vodafone Techstarter Top 50 shortlist. We can now proudly say that Walk With Path has been chosen as one of the 12 finalists for this competition. We are looking forward to the awards night on February 7th.
Path Finder coming to Canada soon
We are happy to announce that we are officially registered in Canada, which means that Path Finder will soon be available for purchase there. We are excited for Canadians to try out Path Finder. Sign up to our newsletter to be kept up to date.
NICE briefing on Path Finder
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has developed a medtech innovation briefing on Path Finder. They praised the hands-free design of the product and saw positive test results. Follow this link for the full briefing.
New team member at Walk With Path
We would like to welcome Nuala Burke to Walk With Path. She is our new Regulatory, Clinical and Operations Lead from Australia. Her background is an Occupational Therapist, and she has worked as a consultant at The World Health Organization. We are happy to have her on the team.