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Healthcare start-up GOQii tops India's wearable market, beats Xiaomi

According to IDC, wearable devices have become popular in India; segment sees 40% Q-o-Q

BS Reporter  |  Pune 

Health start-up firm GOQii grabbed number one position in the wearable segment for the second quarter of CY 2016 with 16.1 per cent market share, pipping China's Xiaomi, said the latest release from International Data Corporation (IDC). GOQii managed to gain market due to its unique selling point of the vendor that provides access to a personal trainer also it launched the second generation of device. GOQii has created an ecosystem including partnership with diagnostic centers and doctors. Unlike other brands, GOQii has relatively higher share in commercial as compared to consumer ...

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Healthcare start-up GOQii tops India's wearable market, beats Xiaomi

According to IDC, wearable devices have become popular in India; segment sees 40% Q-o-Q

Health start-up firm GOQii grabbed number one position in the wearable segment for the second quarter of CY 2016 with 16.1 per cent market share, pipping China's Xiaomi, said the latest release from International Data Corporation (IDC). GOQii managed to gain market due to its unique selling point of the vendor that provides access to a personal trainer also it launched the second generation of device. GOQii has created an ecosystem including partnership with diagnostic centers and doctors. Unlike other brands, GOQii has relatively higher share in commercial as compared to consumer ...

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