"When there was no money and no pay, we carried on doing what we could because we had an amazing product worth fighting for." Clare Simpson's interview for Women of Wearables.
Smartlife has been recognised as one of the top 100 tech companies in Manchester. The Manchester Evening News' list aims to celebrate a sector that is thriving and has transformed over the last five years.
Smartlife progresses development of its Wellwatch product, a project co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission under Grant Agreement No. 740980.
Smartlife has been awarded funding to embark on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project with The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences (SSES) at the University of Kent.
North West-based law firm, Bermans, advised on an equity investment from Australian investors to commercialise Smartlife's technology.
Smartlife has moved into 31 Princess Street, the product of a joint venture between Roundhouse Properties & Watch This Space.
Salford’s sports science department has been awarded £165k from Innovate for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Smartlife.