How Dog Parker is scaling its smart hardware business by tapping talent from three boroughs

September 2, 2016

In the past eight months, Dog Parker went from an idea and a few prototypes to a production contract with one of NYC’s fastest-growing companies, $430,000 in seed money and a whole new identity. Photo credit: Dog Parker

We went behind the scenes with former Next Top Makers Fellow and current Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator member Dog Parker. In building their by-the-minute dog houses, founders Chelsea Brownridge and Todd Schechter turned to Queens-based Boyce Technologies, Manhattan’s ERA and a pair of Brooklyn-based designers to spark business growth here in NYC. Read the story at Technically Brooklyn.