Author archives: Charlotte Aldarwish

Product Manager position

Product Manager Position The Product Manager is responsible for developing new products together with the technical team, but at the same time will build relationships with (potential) B2B partners who will distribute the new products. The Product Manager works together with external stakeholders to set product requirements and will be responsible for managing the product […]

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Wearable sport sensor QuASP: application 101

At Beestar we’ve developed a product called the QuASP™, something you’ve probably read about on TechCrunch or our website. In this article we’ll take a better look at the user interface of the wearable sport sensor that is the QuASP™ and how it can be used with the application. Step 1: Connecting the QuASP™ motion […]

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5 Reasons You Should Become a User Panel Group Member for QuASP

After we completed the base technology for QuASP and put up our Indiegogo campaign (are you a supporter yet?) we’re now opening up the floor to YOU and your ideas. We’d love to know your ideas on the QuASP and how we can make it better. Members We’re starting a small and select community of […]

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After launching the QuASP™ at TechCrunch we also put up our Indiegogo campaign so that anyone can pre order the QuASP™, whether it’s enthusiastic sports players who can use the QuASP™ Light. Or (semi)-pros looking to use the real-time feature. Here are the options: QuASP™ Light The QuASP™ light is the precise entry level motion and outdoor position […]

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Beestar at TechCrunch

When we heard that we were selected for the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield 2013 in San Francisco a couple of months ago we were incredibly excited to be part of something as big as TechCrunch in the heart of Silicon Valley. In preparing for the Battlefield we got to work with an incredibly efficient, helpful and […]

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The new logo

Rebranding is a gamble. Giving up something old and trusted for something new and unknown is not easy. When GAP changed their logo in 2010 there was a true outrage overwhelming the blogosphere, it seemed a bit severe to have such a strong sense of injustice as a nation of GAP customers, but replacement apparently […]

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