Nutriinfo, a healthy-living technology start-up, has moved from Novi to Ann Arbor to help further the company's growth.
"We thought it was the best place to be to have access to more resources," says Mia Jang, CEO of Nutriinfo
. "We thought it was a great place to find people when you need to hire."
, who has a PhD in nutrition, started Nutriinfo in 2007 to provide a better way for people to become more healthy. She leverages online resources and other IT technology to create simple paths for the employees of companies and customers of health insurers to lose weight and lead healthier lives.
now employs five people and expects to to hire a few more people before the end of winter. The move to Ann Arbor in July was made to help make this sort of staff expansion easier because of the close proximity to the University of Michigan.
The firm plans to launching a weight-loss challenge for corporations and communities in Michigan in March. The idea is to raise awareness about obesity and align with the current health and wellness initiatives underway with the state of Michigan. For information, click here
Source: Mia Jang, CEO of Nutriinfo
Writer: Jon Zemke
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