Company: Walk With Path
Business: A health tech company developing active wearable devices for people with chronic conditions aimed at helping people at risk of falls, increasing their mobility and confidence in walking.
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About Lise Pape
Lise is the inventor of Walk With Path’s products. She holds a double Masters in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London.
Prior to that, she worked for Invest in Denmark at the Royal Danish Embassy in London, where she was responsible for attracting foreign companies to Denmark within the sectors of life sciences and clean technologies.
She has also worked in online advertising for AOL’s Advertising.com and in finance for J.P. Morgan. Lise also holds a BSc in Human Biology from King’s College London.
About Walk With Path
Walk With Path is a health tech company developing active wearable devices for people with chronic conditions aimed at helping people at risk of falls, increasing their mobility and confidence in walking. Their mission is to create inclusive innovations that make a positive impact, and they create products to empower people to take charge and move forward.
Their first mobility device, Path Finder, is available on the market and is a laser attached to the shoes, which helps people with Parkinson’s who struggle to walk. Founder, Lise Pape developed the award-winning innovation, while completing a degree in Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College in London Lise’s father is one of 10 million people worldwide suffering from Parkinson’s disease, watching him struggle with the disease inspired Lise to develop Path Finder.