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Hosain Rahman

Hosain Rahman is the CEO and founder of Jawbone®, a world-leader in consumer technology and wearable products. Hosain has led the company to build innovative and elegantly-designed products for the way we live today. Hosain has been honored in: Fast Company’s Most Creative People, Vanity Fair’s New Establishment, and Fortune’s 40 Under 40. He has keynoted for TED, DLD, LeWeb, SXSW and the D: Mobile Conference. In 2014 he was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and was named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world.

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We’re still committed

At Jawbone, we’re just as excited today about helping people live healthier, happier lives as we were when we launched UP® in 2011. Time and time again, I stand amazed at how our creative, talented team works together to build solutions that help us all achieve our health goals. It’s a thrilling time to be working at Jawbone, and we can’t wait for the opportunity to share what we’ve been doing.  (more…)

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Why I’m Excited for Jawbone to Partner with HuffPost on Sleep

Living a healthy life is often easier said than done. Sometimes life’s daily obstacles make it difficult to actually reach your goals. Different factors can impact the journey to a better you, but many people often forget that a healthy life always starts with a well-rested mind and body. Sleep is key to everyone’s overall health. At Jawbone, we believe that a good night’s sleep means a better tomorrow—leading to a refreshed body and a sharp mind. Luckily, we are not alone. As we approach World Sleep Day on March 18, 2016, I’m thrilled to to be working with The Huffington Post to promote the importance of sleep across the world.

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The Internet of You

Ahead of the imminent hustle and bustle of CES, I wanted to share our view on the Internet of Things, as seen from our unique vantage point here at Jawbone. In the last 12 months, we’ve seen countless new products unveiled – watches, trackers, clothes, smart gadgets for the home, self-driving cars – and undoubtedly this week will reveal many more. We salute all of the innovation, as this is how new great consumer experiences are born. But it’s always important to build products and services that solve real user problems – whether people are already seeking a solution to a problem, or they discover that they can’t live without a product after it has been presented to them.
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