SEATTLE, WA – DripCatch, Inc. announced today that the company’s 23 year-old president and inventor was selected by Forbes as one of nine All Star Student Entrepreneurs for 2012. The entire DripCatch team is extremely proud of Alexandra and honored by the recognition she’s received from the world’s preeminent business magazine.
The online version of the Forbes article can be found at: http://www.forbes.com/special-report/2012/0801_college-entrepreneurs-abraham.html
The published version of the article will be available in Forbes magazine later this week.
When business student Alexandra Abraham slipped on a wet hotel kitchen floor while catering an event, she resolved to fix the problem for commercial kitchens everywhere. Taking a leave from Seattle University’s Albers School of Business, Alexandra designed, patented and prototyped a product that would prevent excess water from leaking or spilling from glass racks. Now in production at Cashmere Molding, a green manufacturing plant in Woodinville, WA, DripCatch™ is being hailed as an effective and affordable way to dramatically reduce the number of slip-and-fall incidents. Alexandra founded the Company with support from her family, friends and local investors in 2011.
DripCatch has a national distribution agreement with Franklin Machine Products “FMP,” one of the nation’s oldest and largest wholesale distributors of equipment and parts to the foodservice industry. FMP is headquartered in Lumberton, NJ.
Franklin Machine Products
DripCatch is an exclusive trademark of DripCatch, Inc.