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Ran Korber

CEO & Co-founder at @BreezoMeter. My burning ambition is to improve the health and quality of life for billions of people across the globe by providing accurate and actionable air quality data. As co-founder and CEO at BreezoMeter, I'm proud to be able to work towards bringing my dream to fruition each day.
After Super Bowl, 4th of July - Pollution Review
By Ran Korber on June 30, 2017

What do Super Bowl day and 4th of July have in common? Beyond social dynamics, these two highly important days in the American year come with a...

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Using Air Quality Data to Drive Air Purifier Sales
By Ran Korber on June 23, 2017

Air pollution is becoming one of the biggest health risks of our time, affecting millions of people worldwide. Air purifier and HVAC brands offer...

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Interesting Facts about Air Pollutants & Skin
By Ran Korber on May 25, 2017

There’s a new mantra in the scientific community . . . one that has forced many brands to sit up and take notice: Skin integrity is compromised by...

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A Warm Welcome to Pollen: the Newest Addition to our API
By Ran Korber on March 23, 2017

This year, we have another good reason to be excited about the pollen season.Here is a quick overview on pollen, to give you the full brief on this...

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How Parents Can Ensure Better Air Quality in Their Baby's Bedroom
By Ran Korber on March 17, 2017

Babies are particularly susceptible to indoor air pollution because their immune system is underdeveloped. Fortunately, there are steps that parents...

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Anniversary: We've been improving air quality data for 3 years!
By Ran Korber on February 23, 2017

Happy birthday, BreezoMeter, you’re already three years old! Well . . . officially three years: We started to work on the initial idea around August...

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Indoor Air Pollution: What You Need to Know
By Ran Korber on February 8, 2017

Think about your day: you woke up, commuted to work, spent about 8 hours there, and came home. Maybe you went to the gym or out for a bite to eat....

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