Our mission here at Peak is to make lifelong progress enjoyable. We believe there’s always a little room for improvement, and we should strive to better ourselves bit by bit. That’s why we use a combination of neuroscience, technology and fun to get those little grey cells active and striding purposefully towards their full potential. Peak was born out of a desire to blend the best of tech, gaming, science and education to create a product that could truly help users, and that they could enjoy. We started working with academics and scientists to build the best brain-training app out there, and we think we’ve done a pretty good job.But we won’t stop there. We’re based in sunny Soho, London and are made up of a team of dedicated developers, scientists, designers and all-round talented individuals. Together we work to create and innovate, helping people to enjoy becoming better every day.
Parent Company
Hachette Livre
London, GB
Peak was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at Peak

Itamar Lesuisse

Itamar Lesuisse

Co-founder, CEO
Sagi Shorrer

Sagi Shorrer

Co-Founder, COO
Xavier Louis

Xavier Louis

Co-Founder, CPO
Gerald Goldstein

Gerald Goldstein

Co-Founder, CTO

Peak Office Locations

Peak has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
Elgin Mansions Flat 22

Peak Data and Metrics

Peak Summary

In total, Peak had raised $11.3 m. Peak is a subsidiary of Hachette Livre

Peak Financial Metrics

GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


492.2 k283.1 k3.4 m

Accounts Receivable

126.3 k348.5 k796.2 k

Current Assets

618.5 k631.7 k4.2 m


14.9 k23.8 k59.1 k
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Peak Online and Social Media Presence

Peak News and Updates

We may have hit peak Apple

When a new iPhone is available to pick up in stores, we usually see photos of lines stretching blocks long, as customers around the world…

The number of people on zero-hours contracts has peaked

The number of people on controversial zero hours contracts peaked in 2016, before falling to a three-year low in the first half of this year, official figures have shown.  Some 1.4m people in the UK were on contracts which do not guarantee a set number of hours in May this year, according to data…

“Twin Peaks” invented prestige TV, and now “Twin Peaks: The Return” has come to kill it

That night in 1990 is now apocryphal: Sawmill worker Pete Martell, played by Jack Nance, picked up the phone and called the Twin Peaks Police…

“Twin Peak’s” obsessed fans have been trying to solve the same mysteries online since 1990

“But sometimes, my arms bend back.” It’s a line from the show Twin Peaks that puzzled fans when the show first aired in 1990. Those…

Are we about to reach peak emoji?

It had to happen: Emojis have gone so mainstream that Hollywood can’t resist. When Shakespearean-trained actor Patrick Stewart is willing to voice an emoji in the shape of swirled poop in multimillion-dollar box office flick, things have gotten out of hand.  As Stewart adds his talent to “The Em…

TV peaked exactly 4 years ago today, with this one 'Game of Thrones' episode

"The Lannisters send their regards." And that was it — the peak moment of the peak episode from the peak show in television's peak year. Truly, "Peak TV." It's a term we throw around a lot these days, but technically, it should be in past tense. Because there is no doubt that TV peaked on this v…
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