mySugr is a market leader and trusted voice in the diabetes digital health space. Our founders and leadership team are usually available for print and broadcast interviews.
|Locations:||EU: Vienna, Austria|
US: Encinitas, CA
|Company Size:||30 - 40 FTE's|
The most common mistake made about mySugr is incorrect capitalization of our name. It is mySugr (not MySugr, not Mysugr, not mysugr). mySugr. Please get this right. It’s important to us, and it should be important to you, too.
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10 Tips for Writing About Diabetes by Fredrik Debong, mySugr Co-founder.
Study Demonstrates Clinically Significant Impact on Risk of Severe Hypoglycaemic Events
mySugr Passes 1 Million Users
mySugr mHealth app has significant impact.
A personal diabetes educator at the tap of a finger.
Enables direct data integration of mySugr and Abbott’s FreeStyle® Libre System
Clinical value and health impact of mySugr's portfolio
mySugr Wins $2.2M in 7VPD Competition
$4.8 Million for Diabetes Startup mySugr
mySugr Academy: Online Training for Monster Tamers
Viennese startup snaps up over €1M in investment
mySugr Junior launches in the U.S.
Award winning mySugr Companion launches in the U.S.
Roche launches integration of Accu-Chek® Aviva Connect with mySugr in Canada
The mySugr Logbook talks to the Accu-Chek® Aviva Connect
mySugr featured as best-practice example in Apple’s “Transforming Healthcare” iBook
People to Know 2015: The mySugr Team
Can Pharma Conquer The Consumer The Way Apple Did? This App Might Help
Diabetes - time for a change | Fredrik Debong | TEDxVienna
Taming the Diabetes Monster
Three Companies Innovating for Diabetics
Raising the Game
mySugr App was selected as a top diabetes app by Healthline in 2016.
mySugr App won first prize for best app for people with diabetes by Focus Magazine in 2015."
mySugr App was selected as a top diabetes app by Healthline in 2015.
mySugr takes 2nd place in the 2015 7VPD Challenge, winning 2M€ television media budget in Germany."
2013 mySugr wins “National Marketing Award” for the best startup marketing in Austria"
Frank’s personal frustration with traditional diabetes logbooks and the lack of great apps for diabetes led him to create mySugr. His studies in business administration and his background with startups in the tech industry have proven invaluable as he leads the company.
I’d like more people to have fun with their diabetes therapy!
Fredrik’s love for gaming and struggles to overcome diabetes burnout shape much of mySugr’s gamification and positive approach to improving diabetes therapy. His knowledge of computer science and experience from co-founding Pioneers makes him a valuable member of the team.
Work on a problem that really captivates you to help move the world in a positive direction.
Gerald has a natural talent for storytelling and has grown up working with design. His creative background is diverse, including clients like the Austrian Parliament, the Ministry of Agriculture, Nivea, Red Bull, and more. Now he’s responsible for product design and branding at mySugr.
I enjoy thinking of new ideas and bringing them to life!
Michael’s attention to perception and quality management has made him a recognized leader in the regulated medical app space. Michael brings an intense focus on precision and process improvement which encourages positive growth company-wide
Helping others improve their life is the strongest motivation I can think of.
Ilka is a long-term diabetic (25+ years), a friend of all things Nutella, and an insulin pump user. As Communications Lead, DACH for mySugr, she handles all German language communication needs. An early member of the International diabetes social media space, she writes privately about her life experience at www.mein-diabetes-blog.com.
Almost famous for his addiction to Diet Coke, Scott has lived with diabetes for over 36 years and is Communications Lead, USA for mySugr. He handles all English language communication needs. He's been active in the diabetes social media space for more than a decade and blogs privately at scottsdiabetes.com when time allows.