Guest Blog: doppel Wants the US to De-Stress at CES This Year

techUK CES 2018: London-based wearable start-up, doppel, explains why it values being part of Great Britain and Northern Ireland pavilion at CES

 

doppel is a British wearable tech company producing devices designed to reduce stress for those who sport them. The company was founded by Dr Fotini Markopoulou, Jack Hooper, Andreas Bilicki and Nell Bennett in 2014 after they met on the Innovation Design Engineering joint MSc/MA course at Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art. It has received considerable interest from future customers with a highly successful Kickstarter program and global press coverage.

Dr. Fotini Markopoulou, CEO of doppel, explains why CES is an important event to maintain business momentum:

“Stress is now an epidemic, with one in five of us suffering. Many of us find our lives and jobs are high pressure, and mental performance is essential. Yoga or meditation can be relaxing but many of us don’t have the time. doppel is a unique solution that’s easy to use, natural and effective. This is the message that we want to get across to the US market at CES this year. We believe it could be our biggest market for partners, buyers and customers and being part of the Pavillion will allow us to reach key stakeholders and create the momentum for our business to grow throughout 2018.”

Find doppel at Stand 51916, Eureka Park

For more information, please visit https://feeldoppel.com

 

 

 

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