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Maker of wearable fitness devices.
405 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
CEO: James Park
Stock Symbol: FIT
Fitbit designs wearable wrist devices that track everyday health and fitness. Fitbit's diverse line of award-winning products includes Fitbit Surge, Fitbit Charge HR, Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Flex, Fitbit Zip and Fitbit One activity trackers, as well as the Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale.
Fitbit products are carried in more than 30,000 North American retail stores, 45,000 stores around the globe and sold in 55 countries. Prices range from $39.95 to $249.95.
The company launched the Fitbit Blaze smartwatch that will be available later this year.
Fitbit devices can help you measure your heart rate, walking distance, calories burned and even provide text notifications and calls from your celllphone.
The company also has a line of accessories in partnership with designer Tory Burch.
In 2015, the company reported revenus of $1.86 billion and net income of $254.1 million. The company sold 21.4 million devices in 2015 and now has 29 million registered users including 16.9 million active users.
In 2007, Eric Friedman and James Park founded the company and realized that sensors and wireless technology had advanced to a point where they could bring amazing experiences to fitness and health. They embarked on a journey to create a wearable product that would change the way we move.
The company went public on the New York Stock Exchange in July 2015.
- Free Fitbit products
- Competitive salaries and Equity Options still available
- Awesome Medical Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental, Life
- Catered lunches and fully-stocked kitchen
- Choose your technology. Mac or PC
- Flexible work schedules
- Open and collaborative environment where your ideas are heard
- Casual dress code
- High visibility to management
- Tax-free Transit
- Employee referral bonus program
- Weekly Events: Happy Hours, Holiday Parties
- Work on Products that are helping improve peoples' lives
- Office TVs and Games
- Easy access to Public Transportation
Updated February 25, 2016