Dads Strap In: Fatherhood Might Make You An Entrepreneur & Master Fundraiser - Forbes

Dads Strap In: Fatherhood Might Make You An Entrepreneur & Master Fundraiser - Forbes

When Jon Sumroy walked into the Transport Research Laboratory and asked for a crash test on a booster seat prototype he had cobbled together from canvas sheeting, straps and mountain-climbing equipment, it was laughable. Until they did the test.

5 Dadpreneurs Running Brilliant Companies This Father's Day - Fox News

5 Dadpreneurs Running Brilliant Companies This Father's Day - Fox News

Most dads work full-time, but do they run high-profit companies they built from scratch? This Father’s Day, five motivated “dadpreneurs” are killing the game with businesses that not only help provide for their families, but serve to inspire them as well.

Six Dadpreneurs All Parents Should Celebrate This Year - Forbes

Six Dadpreneurs All Parents Should Celebrate This Year - Forbes

In recent years, moms have been in the spotlight for tackling problems facing today’s parents, and finding solutions they turn into thriving businesses. But these “mompreneurs” are not alone. Many dads are also turning their bright ideas for improving family life into successful business ventures. With Father’s Day upon us, it’s time to tip our hats to some of the most innovative dads of the year.

6 “DadPreneurs” Invent Great Parenting Products to Solve Nagging Problems - Good News Network

6 “DadPreneurs” Invent Great Parenting Products to Solve Nagging Problems - Good News Network

You’ve heard of ‘mompreneurs’—stay-at-home moms who invent a new product or service because they figure out a better way of doing something? Moms like Julie Aigner Clark, the former teacher who founded Baby Einstein when she realized there were no good videos at the time for educating her toddler.

Mifold Prepares to Ship Compact Booster to Shoppers - Cars.com

Mifold Prepares to Ship Compact Booster to Shoppers - Cars.com

ou try to ensure your kids' safety in your car with a child-safety seat or booster, but what about when they're in someone else's car? As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia report, booster usage goes way down during carpools.