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Biz Plan Competition - III | Alive

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$30K | 25 days ago

About Healium

Healium is a mental health, wellness, and performance training company. The company's patented augmented and virtual reality solution offers stress management, mental focus, and human performance. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Columbia, Missouri.

Headquarters Location

1906 Corona Road Suite 200

Columbia, Missouri, 65203,

United States



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ESPs containing Healium

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Healthcare & Life Sciences / Digital Therapeutics & Wellness Tech

The generative AI — wellness tech market applies generative AI to measure and analyze various health and well-being metrics, like physical activity, sleep, mental health, stress levels, and other health assistance. within the field of wellness technology. The involvement of generative AI algorithms creates personalized and context-aware content, recommendations, or solutions to enhance a user's we…

Healium named as Highflier among 4 other companies, including Endel, Jona, and Inflection.

Healium's Products & Differentiators


    Reduces stress and improves mood in as little as four minutes


Research containing Healium

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Healium in 4 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Sep 13, 2023.

Expert Collections containing Healium

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Healium is included in 4 Expert Collections, including AR/VR.



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Latest Healium News

10:00 ET CTIA Wireless Foundation Awards Catalyst 2023 Winners

Nov 7, 2023

News provided by Share this article ReThink, a start-up using 5G to prevent cyberbullying, receives top grant of $100,000 WASHINGTON, Nov. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- CTIA Wireless Foundation announced the 2023 winners of Catalyst , a competitive grants program for social entrepreneurs using 5G and leading-edge wireless to address pressing challenges in American communities. Healium is an immersive, virtual solution for stress management, working with veterans to improve mental health outcomes. Dope Nerds is breaking down barriers to digital inclusion by using virtual reality to deliver STEM-STEAM curricula along with career planning to middle and high school students. ReThink, an app-based platform, works to stop digital hate by using AI and machine learning to detect online hostility and prompt users to “rethink” harmful messages before they are sent or posted. "We are thrilled to support our 2023 Catalyst Winners: ReThink, Dope Nerds and Healium," said Dori Kreiger, Executive Director of CTIA Wireless Foundation. "These innovative social entrepreneurs are using wireless connectivity to empower change in their communities by addressing the challenges of cyberbullying, education inequities and veterans' mental health with mobile-first solutions." The top grant prize of $100,000 was awarded to ReThink , an app-based platform that works to stop digital hate by using AI and machine learning to detect online hostility. ReThink runs a multi-language keyboard in the background of applications and prompts users to "rethink" harmful messages before they are sent or posted. Headquartered in Aurora, Illinois, ReThink has positively impacted more than 5 million youth via its technology, educational initiatives, and anti-hate advocacy. Catalyst also awarded finalists Dope Nerds and Healium with $50,000 and $25,000 grants, respectively. Dope Nerds is breaking down barriers to digital inclusion by using virtual reality to deliver STEM-STEAM curricula along with career planning to middle and high school students. Healium is an immersive, virtual solution for stress management, working with veterans to improve mental health outcomes. The company's social purpose provides virtual reality tours to terminally ill and aging veterans who are unable to visit their memorials in Washington, D.C. Two additional finalists – PONS and Promly – were each awarded Honorable Mention grants of $10,000. In its fourth year, Catalyst 2023 focused on social entrepreneurs using mobile-first applications that take advantage of the speed and versatility of 5G and leading-edge wireless as a platform for innovation and social good. Catalyst is committed to supporting social entrepreneurs that may face barriers to accessing capital. This year, 74% of applicant organizations are led by a member/members of the Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities, and more than half of the organizations are led by a person whose gender identity is female. Thank you to the Catalyst 2023 sponsors: Qualcomm, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, American Tower, Asurion, Assurant, iconectiv, Intel, Wiley Rein LLP and Wilkinson Barker Knauer. 30 Years of Wireless Social Innovation For more than 30 years, CTIA Wireless Foundation has been at the forefront of wireless-driven social innovation, leading initiatives to address societal challenges such as public safety, domestic violence, children's health, mental health and distracted driving. Our mission is to fuel positive social impact by using innovative wireless technology in American communities. About CTIA Wireless Foundation CTIA Wireless Foundation ( ) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to advancing positive social impact fueled by innovative wireless technology in American communities. CTIA Wireless Foundation was formed by CTIA® member companies in 1991. Follow CITA Wireless Foundation on  LinkedIn  and  Twitter . SOURCE CTIA-The Wireless Foundation

Healium Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Healium founded?

    Healium was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Healium's headquarters?

    Healium's headquarters is located at 1906 Corona Road, Columbia.

  • What is Healium's latest funding round?

    Healium's latest funding round is Biz Plan Competition - III.

  • How much did Healium raise?

    Healium raised a total of $5.37M.

  • Who are the investors of Healium?

    Investors of Healium include Catalyst, Co:Act, Captain Partners, Impact Venture Capital, Stadia Ventures and 16 more.

  • Who are Healium's competitors?

    Competitors of Healium include BehaVR and 7 more.

  • What products does Healium offer?

    Healium's products include Healium and 1 more.

  • Who are Healium's customers?

    Customers of Healium include Inova Health, US Air Force, University of Missouri and Mayo Clinic.


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