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iBeat is a technology company empowering people to live longer lives. The team is currently working on a breakthrough Wearable-as-a-Service that perpetually monitors and analyzes users’ 24-7 heart activity. In the case of a life-threatening emergency, iBeat will instantly alert the user, their loved ones, and emergency responders in real-time, helping ensure immediate care delivery and potentially saving the user’s life.

TypePrivate
Founded2016
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Websiteibeat.com

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)41(+3%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at iBeat

Ryan Howard

Ryan Howard

Founder & CEO
Erick Deoliveira

Erick Deoliveira

Chief Finance Officer
Chris Bumgardner

Chris Bumgardner

Chief Technical Officer
Larry Stone

Larry Stone

Co-Founder & Principal Full Stack Architect
Meghan Sinclair

Meghan Sinclair

SVP Product and Operations
Ellie Case

Ellie Case

Associate Director of Business Development
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iBeat Office Locations

iBeat has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
850 Folsom St, San Francisco
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iBeat Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2016

iBeat total Funding

$9.5 m

iBeat latest funding size

$2.5 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

iBeat investors

iBeat's latest funding round in June 2018 was reported to be $2.5 m. In total, iBeat has raised $9.5 m
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iBeat Cybersecurity Score

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92/100

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iBeat News and Updates

This startup created a $250 smartwatch that could save your life in an emergency — here's how it works

The iBeat Heart Watch is a $250 device that can monitor your heart rate and call paramedics in an emergency.  The watch can also act as a panic button if you've fallen, have another type of medical emergency, or feel unsafe. iBeat's founder, Ryan Howard, came up with the idea for the watch after a…

iBeat Hits $10 Million in Seed Funding as Company Prepares for Consumer and Retail Launch

PRESS RELEASE: iBeat, a health tech company empowering people to live longer, today announced it has closed another $5.5 million in seed funding, bringing the total round to $10 million. With heightened interest after an inpouring of preorders,...

iBeat, the Lifesaving Smartwatch, Extends Seed Round to $4.5 Million; Builds Out Executive Bench with Hires from Apple and Stanford

PRESS RELEASE: iBeat, a wearable technology company empowering people to live longer lives, today announced it has closed another $3 million in funding, bringing its total seed stage funding to $4.5 million. New investors include WTI, SV ...

iBeat Blogs

Health tech startup says wearables for the elderly reduce hospitalizations, increase doctors’ revenue

Originally published via San Francisco Business Times. Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, going to the doctor’s for routine health care has been out of the question, especially for seniors, who are more likely to die from the highly infectious illness. The chance of catching the coronavirus or sprea…

100Plus launches remote patient monitoring platform to support health of senior citizens in Medicare plans during global pandemic and beyond

Originally posted via PRNewsire. SAN FRANCISCO, April 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — 35M U.S. seniors have a chronic condition and 8 in 10 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have been adults ages 65 and up Amid stay-at-home orders and guidance to pause non-essential care during the COVID-19 pandemic, seniors’ chr…

Venture Capitalists Seed Remote-Monitoring Startup 100Plus With $15 Million

Originally posted on The Wall Street Journal Venture capitalists have given a $15 million boost to an effort by 100Plus Inc. to use digital technologies to help doctors take better care of elderly patients when they aren’t in the hospital or medical clinic. San Francisco-based 100Plus provides Medic…

iBeat Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was iBeat founded?

    iBeat was founded in 2016.

  • Who are iBeat key executives?

    iBeat's key executives are Ryan Howard, Erick Deoliveira and Chris Bumgardner.

  • How many employees does iBeat have?

    iBeat has 41 employees.

  • Who are iBeat competitors?

    Competitors of iBeat include Striiv, Geneyx and LiveMetric.

  • Where is iBeat headquarters?

    iBeat headquarters is located at 850 Folsom St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are iBeat offices?

    iBeat has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does iBeat have?

    iBeat has 1 office.