Baby Products

The Digest

What Motivated Jennifer Garner to Become an Entrepreneur in the Food Space

The actress and Save the Children ambassador is the co-founder of Once Upon a Farm, an organic baby food company.

How This Company Went From $10,000 in the Bank to a Baby-Care Empire Sold in 30,000 Stores

Fridababy became a baby-care juggernaut by first importing products to the U.S. that new mothers didn't know they needed.

This New Mom Never 'Expected' to Find the Perfect Business Model

But she did. And she partnered with her own mom on two retail franchisee brands, and what turned out to be a true family affair.

How One Infant's Obsession Led His Parents to a Booming Business

Lisa and Eric Greenwald created a totally new kind of jewelry for the mouths of babes.

A 'Self-Propelling' Stroller Just Launched on Indiegogo

The Internet of Things may soon include a smartphone-controlled stroller equipped with a wireless speaker for music, an electric feeding bottle warmer and a battery charger.

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