Polar Introduces New Line of Training Computers

Dzierzak, Lou
October 2008
SGB;Oct2008, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
The article looks at the business conditions and strategy at Polar Inc., focusing on the company's Polar Fitness line of training computers. Accordingly, the new Fitness line is intended for the increasing audience of mainstream users who want to become active as well as those who are already active in fitness activities. Company president Jeff Padovan's statements concerning the business competition, service delivery and strategies are also cited.


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