Meet the Doogie Howsers of business

Still in high school, this group of teenagers have invented a car seat for dogs, soon to be in a store near you.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
July 27, 2011 19:01

 
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Meet the members of UName It, a company full of young go-getters. The group of 11th graders from Acre formed a model company with the help of the NGO Unistream.

What’s the latest invention by the young and innovative minds of Uname It? A car dog seat.

They have so far produced three prototypes of the seat, and have even taken the seat for a test drive. According to UName It members, there are similar products in the United States, but this is the first of its type in Israel.

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