Resilient and Heima receive FIT Tech Seed loans of CHF 100’000

Resilient is developing a technology that predicts and prevents employee burnout, mainly in multinational companies. The Heima project, by Cielo Azzuro SA, designs tiny-houses that aim to be more sustainable and modular than current housing. Both start-ups received a Tech Seed loan of CHF 100,000 from the Foundation for Technological Innovation (FIT), which will allow Resilient to develop its application in depth in the framework of an InnoSuisse project and Heima to develop its product and market it.

Reduce burnout by using Resilient's scalable technology.
In their current job, 84% of workers between 20 and 40 years old have experienced burnout. To improve working conditions and reduce the costs of work-related stress, Resilient is developing "STOA", an intelligent application compatible with leading brands of connected watches and accessories. On the employee side, the app features a chatbot trained by Swiss therapists, which can be accessed at any time and offers coaching and guided interventions. STOA also collects biometric, contextual, and behavioural data and then analyses and predicts stress and burnout. On the managerial side, STOA is also very interesting as it provides anonymous reports to identify departments with a risk of burnout.
To test and develop its application, Resilient has partnered with a very large multinational corporation and the largest mental health providers in Switzerland. Thanks to the FIT Tech Seed loan and other funding, the start-up will now run an InnoSuisse project to further develop its app, algorithms, and chatbot.
Heima designs tiny houses that combine minimalist living with state-of-the-art technology.
Tiny-houses are becoming increasingly popular due to their low cost and sustainable, more environmentally friendly design. The global tiny house market has grown from $76 billion in 2021 to an estimated $115 billion in 2028. What makes Heima's tiny houses different in this growing market is their walls. The prefabricated wood panels are 40% more energy efficient than traditional wood building standards, suitable for extreme weather conditions and resistant to 90% moisture for 30 years. Easily assembled and sealed, they are made from 100% natural and traceable materials.
The FIT loan of 100'000 Swiss Francs complements an InnoSuisse financing, which will allow Heima to finalise its product and bring it to market.

Max Grossenbacher
CEO & co-founder of Resilient

Marco Antonio Caporale
CEO & founder of Heima