Caerphilly company Nudjed have announced that they could increase their recruitment in 6 months time to double their workforce.
Nudjed the Caerphilly based tech company is developing a new app to promote health in the workplace and has succesfully obtained £125,000 from Finance Wales to assist in this project.
The investment is the first from the Welsh Government’s Wales Technology Seed Fund .Economy minister Edwina Hart said: “The Wales Technology Seed Fund provides exciting technology start-ups like Nudjed with the backing to become leading Welsh technology businesses of the future, boosting the Welsh economy and supporting business growth. Nudjed will also be able to benefit from Finance Wales’ links with other early stage investors.”
Using a combination of technology, psychology and expert advice Nudjed tailors a health plan to fit a company’s workplace lifestyle. Users can access health advice, get support setting motivational goals and take step-by-step challenges designed by experts to improve their health. Message reminders or “nudjes” can be set-up and are received via SMS text.
The business has previously secured £50,000 in equity funding and is also seeking to raise £100,000 from crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
To discover more visit the nudjed website