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Livv Headphones
Livv Headphones
TypePrivate
IndustryAudio
Founded2013
FounderMark Clayton
ProductsHeadphones
Websitehttp://www.livvheadphones.com/

Livv Headphones is a wireless headphone brand designed specifically for athletes.[1][2][3] The company was founded in 2013 by former NFL wide receiver Mark Clayton.[4][5][6]

Products

Livv Headphones is targeted for the active lifestyle demographic.[7][8][9] The product is primarily intended for athletes and made with audiophile-quality components.[10][11][12] The company goes by the motto "designed for the athlete, made by an athlete."[13]

References

  1. ^ Burns, Mark J. "Ex-NFL WR Mark Clayton discusses headphone company". Sports Illustrated.
  2. ^ "Reinvention Doesn't Always Follow an 'Aha' Moment". Success Magazine.
  3. ^ "The Pitch: Former Ravens wide receiver building athletic headphones in N. Texas". Dallas Business Journal.
  4. ^ Jr., Carlos Dias. "Mark Clayton is Revolutionizing the Industry with LIVV Headphones". Forbes.
  5. ^ Heitner, Darren. "Former NFL Wide Receiver Mark Clayton To Compete In Crowded Headphone Industry". Forbes.
  6. ^ "Former NFL receiver Mark Clayton's new LIVV headphones". USA TODAY.
  7. ^ "Former NFL receiver Mark Clayton launching new line of headphones". USA TODAY.
  8. ^ "Mark Clayton On His New Headphone Company And Life After Football". CBS.
  9. ^ Shields, Jack. "Mark Clayton's Headphones Gaining Traction". Crimson And Cream Machine.
  10. ^ "LIVV Headphones: How Did Ex NFL Star Mark Clayton Get Involved in A Biz Like This?". aNewDomain.
  11. ^ College, Babson. "Mark Clayton | Babson College". www.babson.edu.
  12. ^ "After the NFL: Ex-Pros Get Entrepreneurial". Bloomberg.com.
  13. ^ "These Are The 5 Newest Headphones To Take On Beats & Bose". Twice.

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