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About Netpulse

Netpulse, headquartered in San Francisco, is the fitness industry's first and only enterprise-level platform for engaging consumers across multiple touch points, in and out of the club. Netpulse technology powers cardio equipment from leading equipment manufacturers, club-branded web and mobile applications, and integrates new technologies with club management systems and in-club digital experiences to deliver engagement, measurement, and monetization of members' fitness activity.

Netpulse Headquarter Location

50 Osgood Place Floor 4

San Francisco, California, 94133,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Netpulse

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Netpulse is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Fitness Tech.


Fitness Tech

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This Collection includes startups developing software and technology to augment approaches to developing or maintaining physical fitness, including workout apps, wearables, and connected fitness equipment.


Ad Tech

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Latest Netpulse News

Blint-Welsh leaving WSJ for Coinbase

Jul 26, 2021

Blint-Welsh leaving WSJ for Coinbase Tyler Blint-Welsh Wall Street Journal reporter Tyler Blint-Welsh is leaving the newspaper for a senior content role at Coinbase. He will depart next month. Blint-Welsh has been a national correspondent at The  Wall Street Journal and on the WSJ young audiences team. Before coming to  WSJ , Blint-Welsh was a reporting fellow at The  Washington Post . He also held the posts of a James Reston reporting fellow and investigative reporter at The  New York Times  and The Bangor Daily News, respectively. He also worked as a reporter at both the  Los Angeles Times  and The  New York Times  Student Journalism Institute. Additionally, he worked as a content strategist at Netpulse and was an editorial writer for FanSided. Blint-Welsh has a degree in journalism from Northeastern University.

  • Where is Netpulse's headquarters?

    Netpulse's headquarters is located at 50 Osgood Place, San Francisco.

  • What is Netpulse's latest funding round?

    Netpulse's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Netpulse raise?

    Netpulse raised a total of $53.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Netpulse?

    Investors of Netpulse include eGym, Frontier Venture Capital, Javelin Venture Partners, August Capital, NGP Capital and 4 more.

  • Who are Netpulse's competitors?

    Competitors of Netpulse include Active Implants, eSight, AlterG, Wright Medical Group, Stentys and 12 more.

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