SlumberPod Recognized as 50 on Fire by Atlanta Inno
Atlanta, GA – 06/23/2020 – SlumberPod has been named as one of Atlanta Inno’s “50 On Fire” in the B2C/C2C category.
For the second year in a row, Atlanta Inno, a sister company of Atlanta Business Chronicle, is announcing the 50 people and companies that are crushing it in Atlanta. Over the next few weeks, a few of these companies will be spotlighted in stories and in Inno's newsletter, The Beat.
"We love celebrating entrepreneurs and startups that are making waves in the local ecosystem, which is why we’re announcing our 50 on Fire now and hosting an event in their honor." According to the American Inno website, "SlumberPod has set out to revolutionize a problem we’ve had since the beginning of the human race: helping parents put their fussy toddlers and babies to sleep. The Columbus, Georgia-based startup designs a quick-assembly privacy pod that babies and toddlers quickly drift off in, giving parents privacy and a chance at rest. The startup appeared on “Shark Tank” and scored a $400,000 investment from Barbara Corcoran."
So what exactly makes a company or person “on fire?” Using nominations from Atlanta Inno's readers, Atlanta Inno is showcasing startups that have had a banner year — people and companies with new funding, recent product launches, hot hires, and innovative approaches to solving problems.
This year, Atlanta Inno decided to introduce some new categories in addition to our classic industry categories. Food on Fire highlights startups revolutionizing the food and beverage industry. Firestarters are individuals or organizations that have helped spark innovation in the community by supplying funding, mentoring, teaching, and other resources. And Hotspaces are coworking spots, clubs, and other physical spaces around Atlanta that are the breeding ground for collaboration and growth.
Check out the list of 2020 "50 on Fire" winners here.
50 On Fire event
SlumberPod is a patent-pending, quick-assembly privacy pod that helps babies/toddlers get a good night’s sleep — especially important when traveling and sharing a room with others (e.g., hotel room), and allows families to continue with activities and lights on after the little one goes to sleep. Compatible with standard playards, mini-cribs and select toddler cots/inflatable mattresses, SlumberPod gives families years of use.
SlumberPod is a Georgia-based juvenile products brand created by a mother-daughter team. They believe traveling with young children can be less stressful and more restful with the right gear and attitude. SlumberPod is available on Amazon, BuyBuyBaby.com, BedBathandBeyond.com, and is sold in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore from their website. For more about SlumberPod and their inventors’ story, visit slumberpod.com.
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