OMsignal opens pop-up shop in San Francisco

OMsignal San Francisco

Montreal-based OMsignal, the company behind biometric smart apparel that tracks metrics like heart rate, breathing rate and calories burned, opened its first retail location in San Francisco. The launch comes almost one year to the day of the company’s $10 million Series A financing.

The pop-up store, which will be open until July 12, is located in the Westfield San Francisco Centre at Bespoke, a space that offers coworking, demos, and tech events. Bespoke was created by the Westfield San Francisco Center as a “retail laboratory” where entrepreneurs can develop and test new retailing technology and concepts, so OMSignal is in good company.

At the store, OMsignal trainers will be available to conduct free workouts on site, including the live access to biometrics that OMsignal is known for, and customers are able to purchase pieces from their collection.

Jessica Galang

Jessica Galang

Freelance tech writer. Former BetaKit News Editor.

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