Finish businesswomen, entrepreneur and international speaker, Nelli Såger is the CEO and co-founder of Fifth Corner Inc. and the founder and creator of the YOU-app platform. An expert in engineering and technology, Nelli now spends her time advising business and speaking at a variety of events and corporate conferences, as well as running her incredibly successful businesses.
After studying and graduating from university with a degree in Industrial Engineering and Management, Nelli started her career working for IBM. She also spent some time as an intern at Eucalyptus Systems, a business that specialised in paid and open-source computer software. Keen to combine business and technology together, Nelli became a startup entrepreneur. Known for being a serial startup entrepreneur, Nelli has been the driving force behind a number of acclaimed businesses. Some of these include, sale consultancy company Symbioosi, mobile app health startup HealthPuzzle, and more recently YOU-app, which focuses on helping individuals create a positive change in their lives.
Nelli’s most well-known startup, YOU-app, was launched in 2015 in collaboration with leading British chef, Jamie Oliver and is based on learnings from neuroscience and psychology to tackle the behavioural barriers that commonly keep us from adopting a healthy lifestyle. The app has since attracted hundreds of thousands of registered users and is still growing. Nelli is also an author of a number of books including Healthy, Happy You: 365 Daily Micro-Actions for Lasting Change and The Book of You: Daily Micro-Actions for a Happier, Healthier You Jamie Oliver.
Nelli is an incredibly passionate and sought-after speaker, sharing her plethora of knowledge and experience she’s learnt from throughout her career to benefit other individuals and businesses alike. During her talks Nelli often discusses the science and sustainable routine, why it's important to to build self-management routines, what human technologies and why it produces better outcomes and what large corporations could learn from startups.