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Our friends at Child Magazine are offering their readers the chance to win a Fly Babee. This coverage went Nationwide. Here is a copy of this months Sydney's Child:
Oct082015 Almost a year ago I gave you a sneak-peek of an exciting new baby product called Fly Babee, designed by a clever Aussie mama called Emma. The past year has been a whirlwind of exciting developments for Emma with Fly Babee appearing on Shark Tank (and locking in an investor!) ...
Fly Babee - Your Perfect Travel Companion The prospect of taking a baby on a long-haul flight (or, let’s face it, even a short flight) can strike fear into the heart of any parent. There is no way to prevent the poo-splosion that occurs just as the seatbelt sign comes on, or that tooth that decid...
Emma Lovell, from Manly in Sydney invented Fly Babee, a pop- up sleep cover that attaches to airline bassinets and all types of strollers. She received bronze 2015 St George Banking Group AusMumpreneur Award in the Product Innovation Category.The awards were held in Melbourne where talented mums ...
Sweet Dreams Every Day Our friends at Practical Parenting features Fly Babee in their September 2015 issue.
Life after a Shark Tank deal: Fly Babee founder and Janine Allis tell You may have seen this inventive mum on Channel 10’s Shark Tank pitching her Fly Babee Sleep Easy cover. Sydney mum of two Emma Lovell has created the first product I have seen to practically address the issues of getting a bab...
Life after a Shark Tank deal: Fly Babee founder and Janine Allis tell Fly Babee folds up small, but opens out into a black-out dome that fits airline bassinets and prams.Photo: Daniel Munoz. Emma Lovell, the founder of Fly Babee, describes her life since November last year as “a rollercoaster ri...
PopTherapy - Jemima Doley June 2015 We booked our flights with trepidation and a mix of emotion; on the one hand, a relaxing holiday to Thailand was exactly what we needed…on the other, the fear of flying to a foreign country with a small (and feisty) baby was pretty darn terrifying!! I am happy...
Why Fly Babee co-founder Emma Lovell parted with a third of her business for a chance to work with Janine Allis. When Emma Lovell pitched her business to the judges on Shark Tank she asked for $50,000 for 10% of Flybabee, a company that designs and manufactures pop-up canopies for airline bassin...