Withings, formerly known as Nokia Health, is a French consumer electronics company that makes a range of products which empowers people to make the right decisions for their health.
Withings has revolutionized connected health by launching the world's first Wi-Fi scale in 2009.
Withings was founded in 2008 by Éric Carreel, Cédric Hutchings and Fred Potter. The company is headquartered in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, with offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Hong Kong.
Withings' award-winning ecosystem of connected health devices and apps includes a range of smart scales designed to help fulfill fitness and weight goals, a family of stylish activity trackers and hybrid smartwatches, an advanced sleep-tracking mat, and medically accurate devices for easy and effective blood pressure and temperature monitoring.
Withings has also created MED PRO division, a part of the business formed last year that focuses on the company’s B2B efforts, placing its medical-grade consumer health devices in programs and deployments managed by medical professionals, health institutions, insurance payers, researchers and more.
Withings is backed by Glide Healthcare, IDinvest Partners, Bpfrance, BNP Paribas Développement, ODDO BHF, Adelie Capital and others. The company raised $60M in Series B round on Jul 28, 2020. This brings Withings' total funding to $93.8M to date.