Mamava on Fast Company Co.Exist

A big thank you to Jessica Leber of Fast Company’s Co. Exist blog, who wrote an article earlier this week on Mamava entitled, “For Pumping And Nursing Mothers, A Room Of Their Own”. Leber’s article introduces our efforts and starts a conversation with a whole new group of people. To read the full article follow the link below:http://bit.ly/1oHPZXL

"Mamava aims to not just provide a generic space for pumping, but one that carefully considers the psychology and ease of the experience. Created in conjunction with designer David Jacks, it avoids the feel of a bathroom and, instead, smartly uses wipeable food prep-grade materials, which makes sense since babies are feeding inside. Wheels pop out so the unit can be moved to where it is needed, and there’s enough space and seating inside for a mom’s luggage or stroller and child. A table folds out for a breast pump, and there is an electrical outlet. The logo is meant to evoke “happy breasts” rather than a stereotypically demure woman that implies lactating is something to hide. Even its shape and soft lighting is supposed to evoke a “Zen quality” feel.”

Zutano sponsored Mamava at the BTV Airport.

Zutano sponsored Mamava at the BTV Airport.

Co-Founders, Sascha and Christine at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas

Co-Founders, Sascha and Christine at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas