Sydney twins Courtney Dober and Jarrad Dober miss out on $3 million in Boston MassChallenge but it’s not over yet for CleverDux

"After competing in a Boston startup competition for $3 million in funding and a spot in a major accelerator program, a pair of Sydney twin founders have returned home to conquer the Australian market.

Courtney Dober, a television presenter and former contestant on The Bachelorette, has spent the past four years growing CleverDux with his twin brother and co-founder Jarrad Dober. The startup’s latest product is the See and Save system to help stop preventable deaths and hospitalisation of children with asthma, allergies, anaphylaxis and epilepsy.

CleverDux’s coloured wristband system allows staff at schools and childcare centres to easily spot these conditions in children." Read more

Dinushi Dias Startup Smart 16 Mar 2017


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