NeoHeat is Honored as a 2023 JPMA Innovation Awards Finalist

NeoHeat is Honored as a 2023 JPMA Innovation Awards Finalist

Mommy Matters is pleased to announce NeoHeat is a finalist for the 2023 JPMA Innovation Awards, which honor some of the most exciting new baby and children’s products on the market today, including interactive toys, eco-friendly gear and life changing safety items.

NeoHeat is a finalist in the infant/parent care category. The JPMA Innovation Awards recipients raise the bar by offering parents breakthrough products that help safeguard and care.

Award winners are selected by an esteemed lineup of judges, including top names in media, retail, and safety, in 10 distinct categories.

Three additional top awards will be announced, “Parents Pick”, “Editor’s Pick” and “Best in Show.” Parents Pick is chosen by parents across the country. Voting for the “Parents Pick” award runs from September 13- 27 via The Best in Show award goes to the product with the highest overall score, regardless of category.

“The JPMA Innovation Awards are a testament to the level of innovation in our industry,” said Lisa Trofe, JPMA’s executive director. “This year’s finalists have made important advancements in quality and safety for products that will help make parents' lives easier and give them added peace of mind.”

The 2023 Innovation Awards are sponsored by Everyday Health Group Pregnancy & Parenting, which includes brands BabyCenter and What to Expect. The Innovation Awards competition began in 1989 as the Most Innovative Product Contest and has become recognized as a highly acclaimed competition. In 2003 JPMA renamed it as the Innovation Awards to more accurately represent the focus on innovation.
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