July, 8th 2021
Four University of Minnesota students founded the health-tech solutions company Telo to develop innovative devices for mobility-compromised people, including those with multiple sclerosis, which afflicts approximately 2.8 million people worldwide. Their first device: a rollator walker that breaks with decades of neglectful design, incorporates smart phone technology, and will be displayed next to Fitbits rather than bedpans in stores.
July, 13th 2021
Four University of Minnesota students in an undergraduate entrepreneurship course looked at rollator walkers and said, “We can do better.” It turns out they were right, and now they’ve founded a startup based on the first significant design change to the walker in over 40 years.
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launch and be the first to know when our waitlist goes live.