Please watch and share this Fox Sports Southwest interview with CareAline CEO and Chief Innovation Officer Kezia. Thank you Mark Cuban , Medical City Children's Hospital Dallas Mavericks Zaza Pachulia and SXSW #ImpactPediatricHealth #Share #Forbes #cnnhealth #cnnsports
We are excited to announce that CareAline Products won the following awards
Mark Cuban doesn’t have a problem saying no. But when Shark Tank’s “renowned billionaire tech mogul” tells you he’s in, he’s in.
Cuban couldn’t resist this year’s winner of the Impact Pediatric competition at SXSW on Monday. After hearing the inspiring story of Kezia Fitzgerald, the CEO and co-founder of CareAline Products, he pledged his help – no equity required.
He offered to buy a batch of CareAline’s products and brand them with the Dallas Mavericks’ logo. He will also make introductions to Dallas hospitals to get sales for CareAline. The move brought cheers and applause from the audience... Pleae visit the following link for the rest of the story and to help us travel to hospitals who are already requesting appoitments for us to present our products: Ever dollar counts
Line Infections and Safer Line Management take center stage with Daymond John of Shark Tank and FUBU and a full panel of judges at the Innovation Tank at the Boston Children’s Hospital Global Pediatric Innovation Summit + Awards
Watch Daymond John of Shark Tank and FUBU give us an award at the 2014 Boston Children's Hospital Global Innovation Summit in Boston on October 31st, 2014
Links to media coverage
Boston Children's Hospital's own Technology and Innovation Vectorblog.org wrote an article on how parents innovate out of necessity to solve a long going problem on how to safely secure lines and caps from PICC and Central lines with out the use of tape: (the following 2 blog posts are from 2011 and written before we started production on our products. We are now in production.
Xconomy, Boston Globe, Forbes, MedCity News and various business journals
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