Edison Nation, Inc. (NASDAQ: EDNT), a multifaceted ecosystem which fosters innovation and drives IP, media and consumer products, today announced that they are joining Bahamas’ disaster relief efforts by partnering with Juiced2Go to donate emergency mobile phone batteries.
Juiced2Go (http://www.juiced2go.com/) develops disposable emergency mobile phone batteries, designed to connect to both iPhones and Android devices to generate up to 8 hours of talk time when other forms of power are unavailable. Edison Nation is partnering with them to send 5,000 batteries to families in the Bahamas currently suffering from power outages.
“We want families to feel safe and connected as much as possible as a result of this overwhelming event and rebuilding process,” said Sidney Richlin, Ronny Mirel, and Dianne Magsari the Co-Founders of Juiced2Go.
Edison Nation is also donating products from their Cloud B brand to “The Ranfurly Home for Children”, to offer a small token of joy to kids in the area during this time of crisis.
Chris Ferguson, CEO of Edison Nation states, “The Edison Nation family is saddened over the damage caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas and this donation shows our support to those affected.”
About Edison Nation, Inc.
Edison Nation, Inc. (EDNT), is a multifaceted ecosystem which fosters innovation and drives IP, media and consumer products. Edison offers innovation sourcing, product design, sales, manufacturing and fulfillment services. Edison Nation’s model is to source innovative ideas to launch internally or license to brand partners. Edison Nation hopes to leverage its television property, “Everyday Edisons,” to become the recognized leader in the innovator community.