Traindoo receives EXIST grant

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We are happy with the whole team of Traindoo, which we have already accompanied for almost a year on their successful way, to receive the EXIST-Gründerstipendium. The team consisting of founders Jonas Flach, Manuel Mandl and Fabian Flach went through batch #6 of the SCE Start-up Certificate Accelerator, reached 2nd place in the category "Best Business Idea from Science and Practice" at the Strascheg Award 2021 and recently moved into their own office at the Start-up Incubator of the SCE via the EXIST Founder Grant.

Traindoo is blazing a new trail in the digital health sector, challenging the traditional, purely analog treatment and training model and thus recording a steadily growing user base. Currently, 43% of treatments are not evidence-based and therefore not effective.

The goal of Traindoo is to translate advances in sports and exercise science research into practical application, thereby improving treatment and training outcomes across the board. We achieve this by providing software for therapists and trainers that uses artificial intelligence-based treatment progress to derive targeted and individualized interventions for healthcare providers and their clients, significantly increasing treatment quality while reducing the burden on therapists and trainers as such, as well as the entire healthcare system. In this regard, beta users already state that they are 20-40% more efficient as a result of the software and are thus able to generate up to 1/3 more revenue. The team has been developing the software over the past year together with currently more than 600 beta testers and is looking forward to officially launching 22 at the end of July.

If you are interested in the digitization of the healthcare sector in general or our solution approach in particular, the founders are happy to exchange ideas on as well as via website:

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