Bittylab wins the Small Business Grant Challenge by 1010WINS CBS Radio and Canon MAXIFY Printers


Bittylab wins Grant1010 WINS CBS RADIO and sponsor Canon MAXIFY Printers are visiting multiple cities to present the Small Business Grant Challenge whereby one dedicated and sought after local small business owner is awarded a $10,000 grant for presenting the most creative plan to expand their business while also doing good in their community.


The event took place in the Adorama Live Theatre, New York City on March 08, 2017. Bittylab was the unanimous winner chosen by the panel of judges Gada Elkenani, NYC Commercial Lending Team Leader, Bridgehampton National Bank (BNB), Donna Rapaccioli, Ph.D. Dean, Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University New York and Raymond Manganelli, Ph.D. Graduate Chair, MBA Head, Strategic Consulting Institute, Executive Dean, Mercy College.

“We will use this grant to implement a marketing campaign to propagate education about Bare’s Technology, usage and proven healthy benefits” said the mom entrepreneur.
Bittylab is a baby product manufacturer based in Westchester, NY. Priska Diaz is Founder, CEO and mom inventor of the innovative Bare® Air-free feeding system. Bare’s patented Air-Plug Technology lets you expel all the air before feeding baby, dispenses air-free milk upon suction only, promotes an upright feeding position and lets baby control flow & pace. A recent clinical study finds that 75% of babies no longer showed signs of Acid Reflux after 2 weeks of using Bare Air-free feeding system.

Priska recently graduated from the Goldman Sachs / Tory Burch 10,000 Small Business program (GS/TB10KSM) this past February. She expressed the education she received while in the program is directly responsible for the winning presentation she gave at the event. Coincidentally, the previous winner of this very same Grant is another GS/TB10KSM alumni Mary Molina, CEO, Lola Granola Bar.

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