Google chooses MilkStrip for Startup Accelerator Program
MilkStrip is used to amplify Business Growth in the Baby-tech Industry. It became the first-ever Biotech Company Focused on Breast Milk
MilkStrip, the main biotech and wellbeing organization to give real-time breast milk diagnostics at-home, today declared it was chosen to join Google for Startups Accelerator: Europe which is a three-month program intended to support European and Israeli startups’ business development. MilkStrip was picked as one of the nine members and the first-historically speaking biotech startup zeroed in on breast milk. Utilizing Google items and its elite group of architects and specialists, the program begins this month and means to intensify business development for the organization over the baby-tech industry.
Hadas-Shatz-Azouly, COO, VP R&D, and fellow benefactor of MilkStrip said that they are excited to be chosen as one of just nine new businesses for Google's Accelerator Program and the just one zeroed in on present-day nurturing requirements and breast milk. Each mother faces a similar worry of vulnerability with regards to breast milk's newness and nourishment esteem. At-home analytic units would console guardians in only three minutes that their infants are getting ideal nourishment and their breast milk is still acceptable whether it's been solidified or put away for a long time.
To address the vulnerability guardians, face when taking care of their children, MilkStrip is tackling biotechnology to assist guardians with settling on wellness choices for their infants. The organization as of late dispatched two progressive breast milk analytic packs: The Vitamin C Breastmilk Rapid Test and the Expiration Breastmilk Rapid Test. The first-to-advertise, protected indicative units and relating application assess the healthful profile and timeframe of realistic usability of breast milk in a short time.
As per Fact.MR's statistical surveying report, the home-utilize demonstrative market is relied upon to outperform $6.3B by 2026. Purchasers are getting progressively mindful of the accessibility of home analytic tests, and there is a developing requirement for improved effectiveness, precision, and comfort of at-home tests particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. With expecting mothers getting outside less and needing to restrict introduction to medical clinic settings at whatever point potential, guardians are hoping to find solutions to inquiries at home and as quickly as possible.
"Google's Accelerator Program will help take our startup to the following level," said Avital Beck, CEO and prime supporter of MilkStrip. "Much like how Google offers clients responses in a moment or two, we are hoping to comfort guardians in less than three minutes. We need to guarantee infants are getting the food and sustenance required through an extraordinary year and a long way past."