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Orpington-based tech firm named alongside NASA and Netflix as one of the most innovative companies

PUBLISHED: 10:13 16 February 2017 | UPDATED: 15:17 16 February 2017

DNAFit helps to improve users' fitness levels

DNAFit helps to improve users' fitness levels

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The company uses technology to help improve people’s fitness and wellbeing

An Orpington-based tech firm has been named as one of the most innovative companies of 2017, along with the likes of NASA, Netflix and Spotify.

DNAFit, which is based at TMS House on Cray Avenue, made the top ten in the Data Science category of the most innovative list, which has been drawn up by US-based magazine Fast Company.

Founded in 2013, the Orpington firm uses technology to help people understand how their individual DNA affects their response to exercise and nutrition changes.

DNAFit has worked with tens of thousands of consumers, including elite athletes and sports teams.

Chief executive Avi Lasarow said; “Our inclusion within Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list for 2017 is another great milestone in DNAFit’s journey as pioneers in the sector of genetics for fitness, nutrition and wellbeing.

“Our mission is to unlock the human potential in each and every one of us, and our commitment to investing in research to underpin our easily accessible consumer product will continue to place us at the forefront of this exciting industry.”

The full top ten most innovative data science firms is available at https://www.fastcompany.com/most-innovative-companies/2017/sectors/data-science


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