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August 24, 2010 at 12:23 PM

VholdR now Contour, plans to triple business this year

A quick update from Marc Barros, chief executive at Countour, the Seattle camcorder maker formerly known as VHoldR.

The company changed its name at the end of July, taking the moniker of its Contour wearable camcorders.

Barros said the 40-person company plans to triple its business this year. It’s among a handful of Washington companies appearing on the new Inc 500 list of the fastest-growing companies in the country, appearing at 183.

Comments | More in | Topics: Countour, Gadgets & products, Startups

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