As the 13th edition of Business Review Awards Gala, BR magazine’s flagship event that recognizes the outstanding achievements of the business community, will take place on March 5, we want to put the spotlight on the 11 categories from which the independent jury will select the winners for their exceptional performance in 2017.
Last year, Business Review launched the Best Start-up category, in which Re.Flex was declared the first winner. The start-up founded by Camil Moldoveanu enables the physiotherapy patients to finish recovery at home, increasing the clinic’s profit and revenue by using a wearable solution.
“We gathered very bright engineers and we know, based on the time that we spent until now we can make a dent in the physiotherapy industry. Our users are very happy,” Moldoveanu said during last year’s Gala.
The product developed by Re.Flex provides a visualization of movement based on links between sensors.
Last year, Re.Flex was selected as among 100 highly-promising startups at Health.Pioneers | Amsterdam, which is the ultimate meeting point for innovators from the digital healthcare ecosystem.
The startup is looking to work with insurance firms, clinics, physiotherapist and researchers to develop the solution. Re.Flex has its main offices in Bucharest and an international office in Vienna.
More about the category
The category recognizes the most promising start-up that has the potential to bring major changes in a certain industry. It takes into account the innovation factor of the service or product that the start-up is working on and the potential growth patterns. The award also looks at other recognition that the start-up has previously received and the manner in which the start-up has been able to finance its operations up to now.
How are the nominees judged?
General: description of the start-up; the year in which it launched its service or product; age of start-up: up to 3 years; profile of founder(s)
Objectives & Strategy: innovation factor, concept quality, disruption potential
Evidence of Results: financing type, growth potential, recognitions, business achievements, impact on overall start-up scene
This year’s jury
Marius Ghenea, Partner, 3TS Capital | Jury President
Florian Nițu, Managing Partner, Popovici Nițu Stoica & Asociații
Fady Chreih, CEO, Regina Maria
Serban Roman, Country Director Romania, Enterprise Investors
Anca Harasim, Executive Director, AmCham
Cristian Sporiș, Vice President, Raiffeisen Bank
Marius Ștefan, CEO, Autonom
Maria Tudor, Chief Media Officer and Business Development Lead, CEE, Publicis One
Dan Petre, Partner, D&D Research
Cătălina Rousseau, CEO, BDR Associates
Dan Nechita, Co-Founder & President, Smart Everything Everywhere