VE CEO Natalie Rechberg-Egly interviewed with Women of Wearables (WoW)™
Interview by Marija Butkovic
Natalie, tell us more about Valley Electronics as a company, your company culture, your mission and vision.
Our company, Valley Electronics AG, is based out of Zurich, Switzerland. We’re an international research-based medical technology company with a long track record of developing and distributing fertility trackers.
Valley Electronics is family-owned, currently by myself and my husband and previously my father, and as such we stand for the values of transparency, compassion, openness, equal opportunities, family-friendliness, and sustainability. Valley Electronics’ company culture is based on respect, openness, and personal development.
In 30+ years, we’ve created and developed five fertility trackers, cumulatively used by half a million women worldwide.
Our mission is to provide women with the knowledge and tools they need to make informed and powerful choices about their menstrual cycle, their fertility, and their body.
We support women who want to be in control of their own body - for natural family planning but also for a deeper knowledge about oneself in harmony with the female nature.
What kind of products and services does Valley Electronics offer to their customers?
Our fertility trackers are Daysy, Lady-Comp, Baby-Comp, and Pearly. These femtech devices are unique in their combination of a highly calibrated basal body temperature sensor and unique algorithm. Daysy was the first device of its kind to combine this technology with an app.
We are one of the few companies in this field to still maintain around-the-clock customer support via multiple channels as access points for our customers. We understand how essential this is when women are using our technology to make important and powerful decisions.
Read the full interview: www.womenofwearables.com/new-blog/wow-woman-in-fem-tech-natalie-rechberg-valley-electronics-daysy