This is duplicating Apple my friends.Reel them in than jack top product up high,people will pay.They have to have the next big thing :)
If Apple can suck the people in with their junk products why not Fitbit.Just have to brainwash the people like Apple did and you are in business :)
If you had money you would own a car outright.How can you borrow money with your bad credit? Go back to bed you moron.
You still do not get it people love buying junk and Apple is at the top for selling junk just the way it is.
A shame you missed out on the run up you can still get in if you sell your mobile home :)
Maybe you need to get your eyes checked out.I have bumped into many that own a Fitbit and many more that wants to purchase one because they know someone that owns one.A women I spoke to the other day has one and her husband company gave out Fitbit devices to 800 employees so scram go haunt another board you ingrate.
Apple they already screwed billions of people with their junk products amazing but this is business and a smart business at that
San Francisco-based Fitbit has grown rapidly because of the popularity of its wristband, which helps people track their health goals. The devices are meant to nudge users in subtle ways to get them to walk more each day, for example. They don’t necessarily have to run a marathon or become a fitness nut.
Fitbit’s 90,000-square-foot office at 405 Howard St. in the South Financial District takes a similar approach to guide employees toward a healthier experience on the job. Fitbit, along with office designer Rapt, originally had a formal fitness studio in its plans, but ditched it when they realized they would need to squeeze a growing company into as much space as possible.
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Now, it’s trying to figure out the same puzzle that its fellow tech companies face: how to create offices infused with healthy touches even with San Francisco real estate at a costly premium. The Bay Area, a region filled with health and fitness buffs, is made up heavily of a tech workforce that requires long hours in front of a computer but yearns for opportunities for healthy living.
“We relate to those companies because we’re also a tech company and our work calls for us to be at our desk and be in meetings all day, but we find ways to be creative throughout the day,” said Taryn Ching, Fitbit’s human resources manager. Offices across the area are now being built or retrofitted with a flare for fitness to recruit and retain workers — and potentially boost productivity and creativity.Designers, architects and technology companies say those designs are on the cutting edge of creating healthy offices spaces: encouraging small meetings to include walks around the block instead of in office chairs; setting standing desks on open-office floors; installing live plants on walls.
JULY 16, 2015 , 5:30PM
Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) grew its San Francisco office footprint by 154 percent with a 164,000-square-foot lease in the South Financial District – the second-largest deal in the city so far this year.
The nine-year, $96.3 million lease at 199 Fremont St. helps the fitness device maker find room for a ballooning number of employees after it pulled off one of the most lucrative public offerings this year. It currently jams 500 employees into 90,000 square feet at 405 Howard St. a block away.
“Our investment in this new space will enable us to expand our workforce as we continue to deliver innovative products and services to help people lead healthier, more active lives,” the company wrote in a statement.
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It will now lease 254,000 square feet total in San Francisco – a rapid rise after it leased just two floors at 150 Spear St. two years ago.
The 199 Fremont lease trails only Uber’s 173,000-square-foot lease at 555 Market St. as the biggest this year. Tech companies have signed four of the five deals over 100,000 square feet in San Francisco this year and 76.5 percent of those large deals since 2014, according to JLL.
As it's proven profitable, Fitbit has pleased investors. The company raised $732 million in its initial public offering last month, bolstered by a first quarter net income of $48 million – a fivefold rise from the previous years.
100+ stock next year then who knows strike while the iron is hot until then enjoy the ride up.http://seekingalpha.com/article/3298035-why-is-fitbit-flying-and-will-it-continue
The iPhone is not a one trick pony? Also one of the poorest quality phone on the market so what is your point.
Hey Wilson I am bumping into a lot of people who own one.Just talked to a women and her husbands company gave out the fitness bands.This company is already profitable enjoy the rocket ship because we are ready for take off.Wait until the numbers are released end of the month Fitbit will blow your mind.
You are so ignorant did you know that the iPhone is one of the poorest quality phone on the market.Have to hand it to Apple they sucked a lot of morons in.Just think 60+ million a quarter bought into this garbage but hey if you owned the stock you did very well since 2003.People I guess only know how to buy junk maybe Fitbit is next I do not own one nor will I buy one but if the stock is going to fly this will be great for us shareholders.