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Mark Peters : April 11th 2017 - 08:55 CET

Samsung connected startup products 2017

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SamsungSamsung connected consumer products 2017 : Samsung Electronics announced that it will support five startups created by Samsung employees which are being spun off from the company’s Creative Lab program. Created in December 2012, C-Lab is a startup business program that nurtures a creative organizational culture and innovative products ideas among Samsung employees. Since its inception, 25 C-Lab projects have turned their product concepts into businesses. The five Creative Lab projects that were selected this year are applying innovative thinking and cutting-edge technology to connected products for beauty, kids and other daily uses. There are already 25 C-Lab alumni startups which have hired about 100 employees after independence from Samsung Electronics.
Connected products for kids

Samsung connected products for kids
The five teams introduced their products at ABC Kids Expo 2016 as well as CES 2017 drawing the attention of industry insiders. As the five teams become independent from Samsung Electronics, they are incorporating feedback from consumers and industry experts to improve their products.

Connected beauty products

Creative Lab alumni startups have experienced tremendous success and growth in recent years. SketchOn was globally recognized as a startup with enormous potential after it was ranked fourth - the highest a Korean startup has ever achieved - at Slush 2016, the largest startup conference in Europe. In addition, Salted Venture, Innomdle Lab and Welt far exceeded their targeted funding goals on the global crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter and plan to introduce their connected products to the market in 2017.

Samsung connected products

Samsung connected products 2017
• Bebefit: Baby carriers that protect infants in an easy and smart way.
• Chikapong: Kids’ Toothbrushes that help kids develop healthy dental habits.
• TagPlus: Internet-connected products for kids that connect to toys.
• S-Skin: Home skin care products that help analyze and care for skin at the same time.
• Lumini: Portable electronic devices that recommend cosmetics based on skin analysis.

Samsung products 2017

Samsung baby products

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