Wellbeing service platform Hintsa Performance has raised €5.1 million

Finnish high-performance coaching and wellbeing service platform Hintsa Performance has raised €5.1 million in new funding from notable investors, including ex-Unilever CEO Paul Polman, K5 Global, The Late Show host James Corden, and Charles Plowden, former joint senior partner of Baillie Gifford & Co.

The extra cash in the kitty will fuel its global growth. 

Hintsa will also launch a new mobile app to make its science-based coaching methods accessible to organizations and, eventually, consumers. 

The performance startup had closed a round of €6.8 million in 2018.

The startup offers well-being coaching based on proprietary methodologies built on the science of sustainable behavioral change to establish goals, support change, and maintain change long-term. 

The approach covers all the areas of health and well-being, from physical activity to sleep and recovery, mental energy, general health, nutrition, and biomechanics.

Hintsa claims its clients have reported over 100% increase in ability to relax during breaks, reduced emotional stress, fatigue, social stress, and burnout risk after completing a Hintsa coaching program. 

The startup’s individualized coaching programs are based on optimizing health, well-being, and performance. 

The company’s customers include the likes of CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, Formula 1 World Champions, and global organizations such as Reckitt, Accenture, Deloitte, Nokia, and CGI.

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