March 21, 2017

A young startup based in France, EOZ  was set up by the millennials, for the millennials. Eoz, as a brand has successfully managed to change the Bluetooth audio market with its stylish in-ear monitors that are more than just a plastic injected fitness accessory.

The EOZ founder from France, Nicholas Dimitrescu worked in the manufacturing of electronic products for almost over a decade. It thereby enabled him to create an ergonomic and aesthetic looking earphones out of his sheer love for music and design. They started their journey to change the wireless Bluetooth audio imaging world with the help of Kickstarter. They realised that the market for Bluetooth in-ears is huge and so in June 2016 EOZ launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to kick start their adventurous joyride. They were able to reach more than 125% of their funding goal within 30 days. To explain that in numbers they have upped the ante of the Bluetooth in-ear monitors by raising a total of €53,062 out of their initial goal of €45,000 from 554 backers.

Nicholas Dimitrescu said that their main aim was to not skimp on either style or audio and they achieved that with EOZ in a pretty impressive way!


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