Akron area marijuana-detection device venture and baby-sitting app attract money from fund promoting innovation

Story excerpt provided by Akron Beacon Journal.

Written by Katie Byard.

Two very different Akron area innovations — a portable marijuana-detection device and an app that allows users to exchange free baby-sitting services — have each won $25,000 from the region’s nonprofit Innovation Fund.

The ventures — the Komae baby-sitting app and Triple Beam Technologies, maker of the pot detector — are among four Northeast Ohio startups that received money from the fund designed to help young companies at early stages of

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Originally published March 17, 2017.

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