Parents' baby experience sparked start-up idea

Dublin-based tech start-up Coroflo is working on a breastfeeding monitor for new mothers

17th November, 2017
Coroflo's sensor measures milk flow from mother to baby. Pic: Pixabay

Coroflo will bring its patented nipple shield to market next year. The device incorporates technology that monitors the milk flow from mother to baby, measuring precisely the volumes consumed.

Coroflo's chief executive Rosanne Longmore established the company in April of this year with co-founders Helen Barry, who is a doctor, and her husband electronic engineer James Travers.

"Helen and Jamie had their own tiny baby, Ronan, about two-and-a-half years ago," said Longmore. 

"He was only...

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