Former Google search boss joins board of startup that wants to give you a coach with your wearable
Wearable fitness trackers have a nagging problem: People buy them, then toss them out. People are generally lazy.
GOQii, a startup based in California and India, believes it has cracked that.
And now it has recruited a Silicon Valley big name for guidance as it prepares to enter the U.S.
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The startup based in California and India recruited a pretty high profile name in the shape of Google's former exec Amit Singhal as it tries to break
America with its fitness program that goes beyond tracking.
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Wearable fitness trackers are becoming increasingly popular, but a lot of them are quickly abandoned after the novelty of tracking exercise and sleep wears off.
GOQii, however, believes it has landed on the winning formula for long-term success