Romanian startup Hyperhuman secures €200k in a grant from EEA and Norway Grants

Bucharest-based startup Hyperhuman has secured €200,000 in a technology grant from EEA and Norway Grants. The startup leverages the latest in AI technology to automate fitness video production.

  • Founded in 2020 by Bogdan Predusca and Dan Nica, Hyperhuman is a tech startup founded by an ex-Fitbit product leader. It offers a revolutionary video production and delivery platform that uses proprietary AI technology and is specifically made for the health and fitness industry.
  • The platform enables companies and fitness creators all over the world to produce and offer smart on-demand content that boosts customer retention and drives positive health outcomes.

“We believe that AI has the power to revolutionize the way video content is created and delivered in the health and fitness industry. That’s why we’ve built an AI-powered video creation and delivery platform that empowers this industry to create high-quality videos quickly, efficiently and at the fraction of the current costs,”

Bogdan Predusca, Hyperhuman’s CEO, commented.
  • The company is supported by a grant from EEA and Norway Grants, which are all about cooperation to reduce economic and social disparities in Europe. Thanks to these grants, thousands of projects involving even more people have been implemented.
  • Currently, Hyperhuman co-operates with over 160 organizations and more than 5,000 fitness content creators on the platform. Their focus markets are mostly the USA, Canada, the UK, and Australia, with companies like 1FitLife, LeisureLabs, Wix, Rook, Asensei, and others.