Mater Dynamics is a microelectronics-dedicated SME focused on discrete wireless sensors that can convert any non-electronic object into a smart device. Founded on April 2016, the company’s core technology (Stamply®) is based on the 5-years of PhD research of its founder at the MIT, and currently has a gender-balanced mix of PhD and MSc employees. Stamply® contains an array of nanosensors that can communicate through common wireless protocols such as Bluetooth or Near Field Communication, two massively adopted protocols by companies and consumers. Our solution can be produced under different formats ranging from a paper-thin substrate up to a hard-rigid enclosure, showcasing an unseen versatility of use that is application-centered. The company merges Advanced Materials with Computer Science, allowing it to produce its own hardware solutions, which are more electrically efficient through the use of novel materials. Mater Dynamics has a clear mission: ‘Our mission is to create a connected world by turning non-electronic products into smart objects, so people can see the information from the things around them and make better choices.’ We believe that easy access to information of daily relevant objects contributes to better decisions, either in our personal lives and business operations.