ChillBed Industries Nets National TV Coverage on CBC’s Dragons’ Den


January 12, 2012

Local laptop stand producer enters “Dragons’ Den,” nets national TV exposure

VANCOUVER—ChillBed Industries, a producer of high quality, Canadian-made tablet and laptop stands, will have its products featured on CBC’s “Dragons’ Den” program on February 1, the company said today.

“Dragons’ Den” is one of the country’s top-rated television programs, with more than 1.5 million Canadians tuning in every week. In each broadcast, budding entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to pitch their ideas to a panel of influential business people, otherwise known as the Dragons.

ChillBed Industries manufactures and designs the ChillTab™ Universal Tablet Stand and the ChillBed™ Laptop Cooling Stands. Both stands are made from high quality anodized aluminum and are made in Vancouver.

“The fact that ‘Dragons’ Den’ wanted ChillBed’s products to be part of their show says a lot about the quality and design of our stands,” said Adam Berson, CEO of ChillBed Industries.

“It’s not every day that business moguls give you a chance to show off your products on national TV, so it’s a real opportunity. The ChillTab is already selling well, so being on national TV will definitely be a bonus.”

The February 1 broadcast of “Dragon’s Den” starts at 8 p.m. PST.

Contact: Adam Berson, CEO of ChillBed Industries

Visit: www.chillbeds.com

2 Responses to “ ChillBed Industries Nets National TV Coverage on CBC’s Dragons’ Den ”

    Graham Williams

    January 29, 2012

    I use my ChillTab every day. With three tablets – an iPad, a 7″ Android generic, and an HP Touchpad, it’s really easy to see how flexible the Chill Tab is. It’s solid as a rock, and super convenient for charging.

    It’s great to see this product getting the recognition it deserves.

    Michael and Hanne

    January 13, 2012

    Congratulations Elvis! We use our iPad holder all the time! It is very fine and will outlast the technology it chills!

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