Nymbl Science adds Emma Bunch to Business Development Staff

DENVER, June 15, 2019 — Nymbl is excited to announce the appointment of Emma Bunch to its sales team as a Junior Business Development Representative. Emma will focus on educating operators and providers about Nymbl’s patented dual-tasking approach to falls prevention in senior living communities worldwide, and how implementing Nymbl can significantly decrease the fall risk of members in a community.

Emma joined Nymbl Science’s team this Spring through a 6 week internship where she displayed a passion in preventing the trauma seniors experience when they fall, as well as a great ability to understand the needs of Senior Living Communities. “I am incredibly excited to join the Nymbl Team full time as we continue to revolutionize balance training and fall prevention! My background in physiology and business will be a great addition to an already talented and passionate group of people.” says Emma.

In her position, Emma will be focusing on the Senior Living Communities by:

  • Building relationships with senior living communities whose values align with our efforts in fall reduction.
  • Creating educational information and opportunities for prospects to learn more about dual-tasking and its role in reducing fall risks.

Ed Likovich, CEO of Nymbl Science, commented “We are thrilled that someone as talented as Emma is joining Nymbl. We are confident that her passion for older adults coupled with her terrific skill set will move us closer to our mission of preventing 1 million falls .”

About Nymbl Science

Nymbl combines medical science and mobile technology to measure, track and improve balance. The Nymbl Balance Improvement System trains reflexive balance through dual tasking exercises delivered via patented smartphone technology. Nymbl achieves high engagement by giving older adults a fun experience they can do anywhere, in only 10 minutes a day. The Nymbl intervention is low cost and requires minimal human intervention, making it the ideal population health solution for the problem of falls among older adults.

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