Our story started by asking ourselves…
What if you could monitor stress objectively, accurately and scientifically in real-time in the real world and, for the first time, measure its direct impact on the commercial performance of your employees?
What if you could use this objective data to provide personal advice to help employees better manager their stress management and build resilience?
And what if, through the aggregation of anonymous data, you could identify precisely how the business itself was unnecessarily contributing to employee stress and how this could be alleviated through remedial intervention?
With such a co-ordinated programme, you could then repeat the monitoring ongoing to track the progress of any change and directly measure its ROI through both commercial KPIs and individual wellbeing – increasing productivity while simultaneously improving wellbeing.
Welcome to a new world of stress management…
Welcome to Biostress
What our customers say
Honestly. It’s really useful to have the insight, everyone should do it. If you get the chance you should bloody well go for it!
Meet our awesome team
Passionate about science, data and wellbeing
As a qualified neuroscientist my passion is the use of science to better understand human behaviour and how this evidence-based knowledge can be used to improve employee and commercial experiences.
As an ex-marketing leader, I have a passion for behavioural science and understanding human behaviour. I also have a passion for health and wellbeing so combining science and objective data to improve wellbeing and performance is a dream for me.
I’m passionate about Business Development which is a good job because I have been doing this for over 20 years’ experience within both global agencies and smaller UK independents
I love nothing more than building and developing products. Spending time buried deep in code is a wonderful thing. Especially when it makes such a difference to mental health.
I’m a behavioural scientist working at the intersection of psychology and data science. My research has been published in world-leading journals and has focused on understanding how data and digital technologies are changing the way we conduct research and the way we live
I love putting maths and data to positive use, to help develop our understanding of human behaviour and conditions. My experience is in applying complex data models to understand people – everything from sleep to deep medical analysis of proteins.