Revolutionizing Women's Health With Wearable Technology (Wearable USA 2018)

Mr Nestor Coronado Palma, Chief Commercial Officer
LifeSense Group
Netherlands
 

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LifeSense Group (LSG) is the wearable technology company revolutionizing healthcare. To mention some examples of this innovation, LSG has developed a system of zero power consumption for wearable technology and is addressing one of the largest healthcare taboes: stress incontinence. According to the National Association for Continence, approximately 80% of those affected by urinary incontinence can be cured or improved. In the US alone, 25 million women have urinary incontinence making it the largest market for Carin & Wil: the best non-invasive smart wearable solution.

Speaker Biography (Nestor Coronado Palma)

Mr. Néstor Coronado Palma is Chief Commercial Officer at LifeSense Group, the wearable technology company that will revolutionized healthcare. Previously he has been Program Director at Philips Healthcare, where his main responsibilities were strategy, business development and supply chain for closed business loops. Néstor has more than 20 years working experience at Philips, Telmex and Sekurit Saint-Gobain, in Business Development, Marketing & Communications, Supply Chain Management and Sustainability based in the USA, Germany and The Netherlands. Mr. Coronado studied Electronic Systems Engineering and got a Master's Degree in International Business in France. He has additionally studied Supply Chain Management and Sustainability in Stanford University and the University of Cambridge.

Company Profile (LifeSense Group)

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LifeSense Group is the wearable technology company revolutionizing healthcare. Throughout 2012-2015 the first product was developed: Carin, filing 13 patent applications. Carin is approved as a CE and FDA Class II device. In terms of recognition, Carin was crowned in February 2017 as the best wearable healthcare product in the Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup in Munich, rising to the top of 400 applications from more than 60 countries around the world. Later in 2017, LifeSense received €3 Million in funding to strengthen its team and develop further business opportunities around the world like a male incontinence solution called Wil and a child application with no battery, which will revolutionize the market. Additionally, LSG offers licenses of its zero power consumption system for wearable technology.
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