Bring out the best in people

Measure how people think, feel and behave in real-time and deliver effective interventions to help people be at their best

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For Organisations

Understand how you can improve the wellbeing, engagement and culture of your organisation.

For Consultancies

Extend your services to offer bespoke people analytics and digital behaviour change programmes.

For Researchers

Employ cutting edge data collection methods and integrate digital interventions to conduct experiments at scale.

A revolutionary platform

Our platform delivers a range of beautifully designed solutions tailored to unique requirements.

Measure

Tap into how people are thinking, feeling and behaving in real-time.

Understand

Visualise your data and identify which factors are most important.

Improve

Deliver action-based interventions to form habits and create changes that last.

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Who are we?

We are specialists in wellbeing and technology. We love creating scientifically validated products to help people be at their best, at work, at home, at play.

Our mission is to measurably improve the wellbeing of 10 million people.

The company was founded by Nicholas Begley, formerly Head of Research at Headspace and Dr George MacKerron creator of Mappiness, the world’s largest research study into momentary happiness.

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Latest news

me@mybest at its best

October 18, 2018

Our friends at Leeds Building Society, advocates of the me@mybest app, have been shortlisted for a Personnel Today Award in recognition of the hard work they’ve done around Health and Wellbeing.

Mad World Tech Innovation Award Winners

October 9, 2018

We were delighted to walk away with an award at the recent TechTalk@MadWorld Awards at the Mad World Summit, where our CTO and Co-founder Dr George MacKerron presented to a panel of experts.

Winners of the Nesta Inclusive Economy Partnership Grant

March 27, 2018

Thanks to this pioneering initiative which brings together innovators, businesses and civil society, we’ve received a £20k grant giving us the opportunity to make our mobile app bigger and better and improve the wellbeing of workers most at risk.