Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Business Courier.
Written by Andy Brownfield.
For just about a year, people would see the beards on Matthew Dooley’s and Mike Sarow’s faces and immediately know how their business was doing. But now the two are clean-shaven.
Dooley and Sarow are co-founders of wearable technology startup Kapture. They make a wristband that’s always listening to what’s going on and records the last 60 seconds of audio whenever its face is pressed. Kapture launched a Kickstarter campaign in September 2013 in which they raised $162,000 from 1,228 people to fund their first production round.
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Originally published April 7, 2015.