Startup Scholars Feature of the Week: BambinOz


BambinOz was founded by Carren Rieger, Tampa native and former Wall Street strategy consultant who moved to Australia in 2006. With a young baby and grandparents living in the United States and Germany, Carren quickly realized the challenges facing families traveling with young children. The lack of suitable and safe feeding products was the inspiration behind BambinOz and motivation for bringing to market a line of ‘Clever Designs for Babies Going Places’.

BambinOz’ flagship product, Porta Chair, is an innovative, safe and completely portable solution to the traditional high chair. With a patented height adjustable 5-point safety harness, Porta Chair converts any seat into a temporary feeding chair. BambinOz also produces an award-winning line of reusable, baby bottle warmers that do not require electricity or batteries to operate – great for heating milk on-the-go!

After relocating back to Tampa in 2010, BambinOz products can be found in specialty retailers across the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

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