Worldwide, more than one billion people smoke cigarettes, 34 million of these people live here in the United States.
It’s not easy to pinpoint which experiences in Dennis Rohm’s career best suited him for the CTO role at Carrot.
Our latest study, in the journal “JMIR mHEALTH,” backs up our claim that Pivot is for all smokers.
Grace Hwang and her team of product and experience designers are the people most responsible for the Pivot user experience—from the brand to the app itself.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JJDC, Inc. (JJDC) leads the investment, joined by New York Life Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Marc Benioff, and R7 Partners REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Oct.
Committing to quit with a friend or loved one can increase your chances of success.
Parents want to motivate children. Companies want to motivate employees. Maybe you’ve been trying to figure out how to motivate yourself.
Last year, smoking cost the U.S. economy nearly $300 billion, mainly due to the excess health care costs and lost productivity of smokers—financial implications that hit employers particularly hard.
What if I told you we had a simple preventative service that could help avoid 50,000 premature deaths and $14 billion in U.S.
In Pivot, we call your reason for quitting smoking your “why.” Your why is your internal compass. It keeps you moving in the right direction, regardless of what’s going on around you.