Andrew Kitzenberg was a student at Babson College when he started developing his idea for a wristband that conceals a 2 gigabyte USB storage drive for easy, anytime access to electronic files, reports The Daily Grommet.
Andrew tapped the resources of Babson’s incubator program to fine-tune his business plan, and he had the first wristbands manufactured in April, just before his graduation.
A trial sales run at a Massachusetts school shows he’s on to something: The Memory on Hand wristbands sold out in 24 hours.
Photo by Memory On Hand.
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