Wanngi's Online Press Kit
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Careers and Mental Health Conversations – Maree Beare – Founder & CEO at Wanngi on Creating a Social Movement App displaying Health Records
Talking Healthtech Podcast – How many places are your healthcare information kept? Wouldn’t it be great if you could view it all in one spot? Healthtech start up Wanngi is taking on the bold journey to attempt to do just that
The Rise of Femtech – Changing Women’s Health
Hear from revolutionary FemTech founders as they discuss the journey of their startup, challenges in the industry and advice for budding entrepreneurs. FemTech is a term used to categorise any software, startup or product that combines technology with a focus on women’s health. A rising industry, FemTech is innovative for its prioritisation of a historically underrepresented area in technology. Partnered with FemTech Collective, this event is an opportunity to learn about everything FemTech
The Australian – Dodgy social media medical ‘cures’ almost killed me: ex-patient
PulseIT Magazine – Wanngi’s immunisation management feature and CDA capability
Women of Wearables – Top 100 women in Femtech and Healthtech
Women of Wearables – Global recognition of Wanngi by Women of Wearables
Story by Women Love Tech: Femeconomy name Wanngi within her top three favourite apps
Femeconomy: Approved Brand
Strava: App Directory
F Magazine – Health Entrepreneur.
The West End Magazine –Wanngi
StartUp-Based Learning – Seven Australian Female-Founded Rising Stars
Femtech Collective- Interview with Maree Beare, founder and CEO of Wanngi
XpertFinder – Ask Me Anything in Healthtech
Latest Press Release
A survey conducted over the last week indicates Australian people are worried about the health impacts of bushfire smoke?
Maree Beare, health tech expert and founder of health app Wanngi has recognised that there’s a global change on the horizon in a recent article about social media cancer cures in The Australian.
Wanngi has been named in the Forbes top 50 women-led startups disrupting HealthTech, showing the Australian company is becoming a growing influence in the digital health sector.
My Health Record is being used by thousands of healthcare providers around the country but innovative Australian startup Wanngi is the first to give individuals a way to contribute to their own personal health record.
Exclusivity is not the path forward for health information, so Australian health app Wanngi is taking on Apple Health by being the only app that gives Australians access to their own personal health record on any device or operating system.