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GeoOp founder seeks $300K with crowdfunding campaign for Bluetooth car widget

Bluejay is designed to make it easier to wirelessly connect your smartphone to your car. With special feature audio.

Wed, 02 Mar 2016

Kiwi entrepreneur Nick Bartlett, the co-founder and original chief executive of (whisper it) GeoOp [NZX: GEO] has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a device called Bluejay – a mount for your smartphone with built-in Bluetooth.

Bluejay is designed to make it easier to wirelessly connect your

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GeoOp founder seeks $300K with crowdfunding campaign for Bluetooth car widget
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