When we founded BreezoMeter, many businesses and governments were not ready to answer the public demand for solutions that protected them from harmful air quality.
As data scientists and environmental engineers with our own air quality technology and APIs, we realized we were equipped to answer this demand — and so our B2C product design journey began.
Today, our air quality app is used by hundreds of thousands each day by users around the world. It also ranks as one of the highest in the air quality app categories on both the Apple and Google Play stores. So.. …
I’m delighted to announce that BreezoMeter has been officially recognized in the Latka 250, a competitive list of the fastest-growing SaaS companies. 5,091 companies applied and just 5% made the list!
Nathan Latka sold his SaaS company in 2015 before launching his SaaS CEO Podcast and database at GetLatka.com. Each year he gets revenue growth figures from SaaS CEO’s and confirms the revenue via email with the CEO. The rankings take December 2019 monthly recurring revenue annualized (multiply by 12) and compare to revenue 1 month ago (December 2020).
The companies are then split into three buckets since it’s easier…
I won’t be alone in revealing that 2020 has tested our personal and collective mettle at BreezoMeter in a number of ways. However, as the great Albert Einstein said, “in the midst of every crisis, lies great opportunity.”
I’d like to share some of the ways our committed Breezo workers managed to come together and turn 2020 into a record-breaking year for the company, in spite of the challenges we experienced along the way.
Like many other industries and companies, we had to adapt our strategy early in the year to respond to the reality of COVID-19.
As manufacturing industries…
Recurring seasonal allergy symptoms are already a serious daily struggle for many. Now we also have COVID 19 and worsening allergy seasons to contend with. Luckily, disruptive healthcare innovation in this space is becoming a key resource in the struggle against pollen allergy — and changing the way we think about it.
Allergic rhinitis already affects between 10%-30% of the entire world population. Now there’s evidence to suggest that hayfever (or allergic rhinitis) is on the rise, especially in urban areas. By 2025, half of the entire EU population could suffer from seasonal allergy (!)