High Chair Food Catchers

Short Summary

Mumma's Little Helpers high chair Food Catcher is an original award-winning product in the baby industry. It solves the problem of messy and stressful mealtimes when your child is in the high chair. Winning awards in both the UK and Australia.


Investment Raised
Previous Rounds N/A
Stage Achieving Sales
Investor Role Any


  • Evidence of a successful company with award winning product
  • Have a large social media following
  • USPs are stand above of any competitor
  • Pre Sales of $9500 customers prepared to wait 6 months for product!
  • Over $500 000 is sales since launch in 2015 .
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