Friday, April 15, 2016

Extra Miles For Fitness Trackers

Marketing for RecycleHealth got an unexpected boost from an applicant to the digital health communication certificate program, who volunteered her design skills and did a photo shoot of donated devices for promotional use. Through Twitter, a senior executive at Macy’s in New York got involved as well; now the company’s Herald Square store provides the RecycleHealth mailing labels at its Fitbit counter. (You can also print it off RecycleHealth’s website.)

With positive projections for fitness tracker sales—the industry, valued at $2 billion in 2014, should be worth $5.4 billion by 2019, according to Parks Associates, a market research firm that focuses on consumer technology—RecycleHealth has tremendous potential.

From the article "Extra Miles For Fitness Trackers" by Laura Ferguson.


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