Two Innovate for Maine Fellows Part of Bitzy Baby Success

Bitzy Baby, a juvenile safety product company in Brunswick, Maine, has been selected as a finalist in the U.S. Small Business Administration InnovateHER Business Challenge, a nationwide competition for entrepreneurs to develop products and services to enhance the lives of women and their families. Bitzy Baby has been involved in the Innovate for Maine Fellows program, supported by Blackstone Accelerates Growth and managed by the University of Maine’s Foster Center for Student Innovation.Through the program, the company received marketing and social media assistance from two Innovate for Maine Fellows — UMaine students Jim Barry, a food science and human nutrition major, and Courtney Norman, who is majoring in marine sciences.

More about the InnovateHER Business Challenge is online.