ReadyDock Inc. is Ready to Kill Germs

Unlike a lot of companies during the pandemic, ReadyDock Inc. had an opportunity to grow. It’s products were in high demand. ReadyDock makes phone and tablet charging stations that uses UVA light to disinfect them. The company wasn’t ready for a scale up on it’s own, but saw an opportunity to provide hospitals with equipment they were lacking as they struggled during the pandemic. But in under two months, the company raised $6 million in fund company growth. 

They manufactured and sold to hospitals and now, as the pandemic continues today, the company developed a new line called iCleanse. The company believes disinfecting your electronics, the thing we may touch the most throughout the day, is essential in minimizing bacteria. A toaster-oven-esque product called the Swift comes from the new iCleanse line that utilizes UVA light to disinfect electronics by killing bacteria and viruses. 

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