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StrongArm

Wearable devices for industrial workers

101-200 employees
  • B2B
  • Construction
  • SaaS
  • Data Analysis
  • Wellbeing
Clinton Hill, NY

Company mission

To create a better future for Industrial Athletes through data-driven safety wearables.

Top investors

129% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

Xav Kearney headshot

Xav Kearney

CTO of Otta

For the manual workforce, injury is a very real risk. StrongArm solves this problem by delivering a range of wearable devices that reduce injury risk, and improve injury intervention.

StrongArm's combination of wearable hardware, algorithms and analytics deliver real-time injury prevention data for workers, managers and insurers. The company's technology has reduced injury rates amongst its clients by 40%. These impressive results have helped the company land $50 million in recent funding.

StrongArm's technology has proven highly effective in preventing risk across industrial organizations. Its solutions are now trusted by the likes of Toyota, AIG and GE, which is testament to StrongArm's success and ongoing viability.

Benefits

  • WFH + Educational Stipends
  • Quarterly Team Building
  • 3 mo. maternal & paternal leave
  • Unlimited PTO
  • 12 Annual Holidays
  • Competitive Pay
  • StrongArm Sponsored 401k
  • Medical Coverage
  • Summer Fridays
  • Remote-Friendly

Company values

  • Self Improving - We are always getting smarter
  • Adaptable - We will figure it out
  • Collaborative - One team, one dream
  • Relational - We're in this together
  • Enlarging - How can I help you?
  • Disciplined - We do what we say
  • We do what we say

Funding (last 2 of 7 rounds)

Jan 2022

$50m

SERIES B

Apr 2020

$5m

SERIES B

$61.6m

Total funding

This company has top investors

Founders

Is a Fellow at Startup Leadership Program, and was named one of Forbes' 30 Under 30.

Previously worked as Group Director of Engagement at CBX, and as an Executive Director at Brand Union.

Is currently a Fellow at the Startup Leadership Program and a Mentor at UCLA's Anderson School of Management.