For those who watch the show Dragon's Den on CBC, you never know just how these men and women will react to a new business proposition. I often squirm on the couch when they rip someone to shreds on national television.
I am cheering for Côte Saint-Luc's Stephanie Mitelman, whom I have gotten to know over the years via my school board job and her role as a sex educator. These days, though, she is focusing her attention on Senseez Pillows. She has been selected to present her business idea as part of the online content for CBC’s Dragons’ Den, airing Friday, March 28, 2014 at www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/
Stephanie is a mom. She created the Senseez Pillows for her son. The name Senseez means to ease the senses.
Senseez pillows are colorful, lightweight, fun shaped vinyl pillows that offer a gentle vibration when they are squeezed or sat on. They operate on batteries and offer sensations to relax, calm and soothe the body. They are small enough to take anywhere and are made just for little bums!
Kids that have trouble sitting for meals, storytime, car rides, shopping trips, movies, or anything else can be comforted by the vibrations of Senseez.
On April 6, 2013, Stephanie pitched for the investors on the hit television show Dragon’s Den. Her session never made it to TV, but will appear as part of the online edition. So log on.