We plan to use the $250,000 funding to assist in undertaking market research testing, to further develop the product and expand the business.
This is a great win for our company, Bayro No. 1, as the funding allows us to take action now instead of down the track. This means we can get the product out there and helping dysphagia sufferers.
RoseCup NutriTaste will initially begin roll out in South East Queensland, which has almost 300 residential aged care facilities, and then continue nationwide.
We are also excited to have received significant international interest in our product range and we hope to export to both first and third-world countries around the globe.
On behalf of the Bayro No. 1 team, we extend a warm thank you to those professionals including caregivers, speech pathologists, nutritionists and local food and plastics manufacturers who worked with us over the seven years to develop the RoseCup.
Read more about the Palaszczuk Government’s Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas fund out in South East Queensland, which has almost 300 residential aged care.