Initial investment: $500,000
Team: 10 people
Activity: 3D foot scanners and mobile apps for trying on footwear online and offline
In the beginning of December 2016 Try.Fit installed its 3D scanners in the Ekonika footwear chain. The scanners create for customers a 3D clone in less than a minute, and the Try.Fit mobile app immediately presents a list of footwear that fits based on orthopedic measurements.
To scan the footwear Try.Fit created the SensorFit robotic shoetree, which measures the shoe’s inner space. It took nine months to develop the entire Try.Fit platform. The technology was developed in Moscow, and the head office is located in Ireland.
«Ireland offers attractive financial incentives to technology companies,» said the startup’s founder, Vagan Martirosyan. In 2017, Try.Fit hopes to raise $1 million to expand.