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We Need Entrepreneurial Leaders Now More Than Ever

Two years ago, David Zamarin wowed the judges on Shark Tank with a water and stain repellent spray, walking away with $200,000 in investments for his startup Detrapel. When the coronavirus struck, Zamarin applied that same entrepreneurial mindset to a new need, pivoting his companyin a matter of weeks to make hand sanitizer and cleaning products. Read more >>

Framingham’s Rising Star

At 15, highschooler David Zamarin sold his cleaning company to invest in a new product idea leading to the founding of Framingham-based DetraPel (in comparison, at age 13, Bose Corporation’s Amar Bose began repairing radio sets for pocket money for repair shops in Philadelphia.) DetraPel manufactures non-toxic fabric protectors that are gaining world-wide acclaim. Read more >>”