In addition to winning The Creative Business Cup in Denmark, MeeW’s sister company CURVEX has taken several media by storm in 2022. The startup, which is only 1.5 years old, has been broadcasted on TV2 Go’ Morgen Danmark, where they had the opportunity to increase focus on mental health and ADHD among children and young people. And they managed to get exactly the same freedom in Weekendavisen and Berlingske, when Armin Kavousi talked loudly about why mental well-being should be increased more among companies, and what personal motivation he went into when he founded CURVEX ApS.
Since MeeW’s internal brand and sister company, CURVEX, was named the national winner of The Creative Business Cup in Denmark, for having the most innovative and creative concept idea, the company has managed to seem even more appealing to the press. In June, the health tech company participated in national TV, in Go’ Morgen Danmark. The broadcast proceeded by showing the measurements CURVEX’s headsets were able to measure on the young girl, Filuca Dannebrog, from Slagelse, using the new and yet well-known technology, EEG.
The interest has since then intensified, and only grown larger among several Danish written media, including Weekendavisen, Berlingske Business and even TechSavvy Media.The company’s work and level of ambition were presented as revolutionary, exciting and innovative in their written work. The ambitions and future prospects for the years 2023 and 2024 are high, and the management behind MeeW’s sister company sincerely believes that their neuroscientific evidence can help more people avoid stress and burnout.
Thomas Ousterhout, who is the COO, even states:
“We finally believe that people are ready to look forward and focus more on their mental health and nonetheless decrease the stress within the workplace. After a huge corona pandemic, people have managed to come out on the other side, knowing that anxiety, depression and burnout are truly not a joke. We need to prioritize our own well-being as humans, and focus on ourselves, our mental states and performance in the long run.”