Vator Splash LA 2016 Honorable Mention - Bloom Technologies

Mitos Suson · April 7, 2016 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4461

Check out Eric Dy's presentation on stage and the judges' feedback

Vator Splash Health 2016 cohort Bloom Technologies, won the Honorable Mention. Here's the video of Eric Dy, Bloom Technologies Founder and CEO, giving the winning presentation.

Bloom is designing the future of prenatal care with technology designed to improve the health of moms and babies. We combine wearable devices with data analytics to reassure moms and provide doctors with better information to improve birth outcomes.

Among the judges were Camille Samuels (Partner, Venrock), Risa Stack (Partner, GE Ventures), Nancy Brown (Partner, Oak HC/FT), Mark Goldstein (Managing Partner, Efficient Capacity).

Thanks to our main sponsors KPMGJavelin Venture PartnersSAP Startup FocusBread and Butter Wine,Artis CoffeeScrubbedStratpoint and Healthiest.

Editor's Note: Our annual Vator Splash Spring 2016 conference is around the corner on May 12, 2016 at the historic Scottish Rite Center in Oakland. Speakers include Nigel Eccles (CEO & Co-founder, FanDuel,Andy Dunn (CEO,Bonobos), Libby Schaaf (Mayor, City of Oakland), Mitch KaporFounder, Kapor Center for Social Impact), Oisin Hanrahan (Co-Founder & CEO, Handy), and more. Join us! REGISTER HERE.

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I am currently affiliated with Vator. I co-produce the Vator Events and enjoy the challenge. I am learning and growing a lot, being involved with Vator and I love it!

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Bloom is designing the future of prenatal care with technology designed to improve the health of moms and babies.  We combine wearable devices with data analytics to reassure moms and provide doctors with better information to improve birth outcomes.

Our first product, Belli, measures the most important health parameters of mom and baby from conception to birth.  This includes pregnancy specific information no other wearable can measure today (contractions, fetal movement, fetal heart rate). Moms receive personalized feedback on her baby and her body to take the guesswork out of pregnancy and provide much needed peace of mind.

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I'm passionate about building mission driven companies with profit and purpose. Currently focused on solving the challenges of preterm birth and pioneering the future of medical innovation with consumer generated data at Bloom Technologies.
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