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Finnish fitness bands maker HCS enters Indian market

The company will launch its range of fitness bands under a new brand name Tango.

  • Published: December 18, 2016 12:48 PM IST
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Finnish health care technology company Health Care Success (HCS) on has entered into an agreement with New Delhi-based Immpetus Enterprises LLP to launch a wide range of fitness bands in India under the brand name Tango.

As part of its portfolio Tango offers wellness motivators and heart rate monitor products. “After creating a strong presence in the US, EU, Canada, China and GCC, we are delighted to launch Tango products in the Indian market,” HCS CEO Jari Raglund said in a statement.

“We have seen an exponential growth in the market of wellness motivators, heart rate monitoring devices and mobile point of care solutions in the last five years and we believe this pattern will continue and fitness consciousness grows among people,” Raglund said. The Tango wellness products are targeted at the young urban population in the country. ALSO READ: Wearables market increases by 3.1 percent in Q3 2016, Apple takes fourth position: IDC

“The collaboration with HCS will give a chance to increasingly fitness conscious Indians to avail the best and latest technology in fitness gadgets and experience the innovation which Tango is offering worldwide,” Immpetus enterprise India head Bharat Nanda said. ALSO READ: Scientists develop new wearable device to reduce fat, treat type 2 diabetes

  • Published Date: December 18, 2016 12:48 PM IST