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© Saskia Uppenkamp
Christina d’Avignon (Co-Founder, CEO) and Logan Munro (Co-Founder)

Location: Grove Street in Greenwich Village is so called because a grove of trees once stood there, and it remains a leafy spot to this day. The revolutionary Thomas Paine died at number 59 Grove Street in 1809, but the other famous residents are fictional: the apartment building from TV’s ‘Friends’ is located here.

Ringly – Jewelry, meet technology

Wearables
Founded in 2013
15 employees
Funding $9M / 2 rounds

Maintain peace of mind and lead a more balanced and healthy lifestyle with Ringly, the world’s most stylish smart jewelry. Ringly helps women stay on top of their daily activity and notifications discreetly. Their newest collection of rings and bracelets pair with a mobile app and tracks steps, distance, and calories burned. It allows the wearer to set health goals, view progress and earn Ringly rewards for success. The jewelry also receives mobile alerts, such as calls and texts, through different vibration and color patterns. Whether it’s at the dinner table, out with friends, or in an important meeting, Ringly will set your mind at ease and keep technology stylishly integrated into your life.
ringly.com


This article was published in “the Hundert Vol. 9 – Startups of New York“, December 2016.