CNBC Interviews CEO Win Cramer

August 13, 2018

Our fearless CEO Win Cramer recently did an interview with CNBC to discuss the tough competition in the audio industry. With larger companies in the running, we know how to compete and keep our name known. 

CNBC writes, "JLab made its name in the industry as a budget-friendly brand. Its cheapest pair of earbuds cost only $8, and its range of products have mass market appeal with distribution in megachains like Walmart and Target."

While the world is becoming more and more Bluetooth, our Epic Air True Wireless Earbuds give Airpods a run for their money.

“We put a lot of soul into what we do, because we have to," says Win Cramer. 

Check out the full article here!

 



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