Ronen Benin, Founder and CEO at RightBlue Labs joins BNN to talk about Logit, an app meant to help athletes avoid injuries.

With the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro just 17 days away, many Canadian athletes are working hard to make sure they're in top shape to take the world stage, and a Toronto startup has come up with a high-tech way to help keep them healthy.

Athletes are tracked in every way possible to make sure they’re training the right way, eating the right things, and giving their bodies enough time to recover so they can continually perform at their peak.

“Entrepreneurship is about perseverance and not giving up. It’s important to continue to push that boulder up that hill and not be fazed by distractions.” – Ronen Benin, Founder & CEO of RightBlue Labs Inc

Shimon Peres, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and the ninth President and former Prime Minister of Israel, was in Toronto today to celebrate growing ties between Canada’s and Israel’s startup communities.

Going global is a big step for your company. You’re interested in expanding to international markets and economies, while staying successful and avoiding risk. Before you make the leap, there are a number of factors to be considered

RightBlue Labs is proud to announce that Racquetball Canada has chosen Logit Sport as their preferred Athlete Monitoring System. After learning about Logit... the executives at Racquetball Canada were convinced that this was the right system for their athletes.

The Toronto Global Forum, Ed Fast, Canada’s International Trade Minister, and members of the Embassy of Israel in Canada, jointly announced RightBlue Labs the Canadian winner of global startup competition Start Tel Aviv


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