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The whole thing is surreal’: Founder of Framingham-based DetraPel makes Forbes 30 Under 30 list

David Zamarin, founder of Framingham-based DetraPel, was named to the Class of 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. DetraPel Inc., a provider of safer chemicals and consumer products, switched much of its manufacturing capabilities with a pivot to sanitizing and disinfecting products at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more >>

BostInno – BostInno’s 25 Under 25: These are 2020’s brightest young minds

Seems that you’re never too young, either. Boston teen and college-age technologists and entrepreneurs are living that mantra, founding companies, publishing books and working as venture capitalists without waiting for anyone’s permission. We looked across the Bay State to find some of today’s brightest young minds—and honor them through our annual awards list, 25 Under 25. Read more >>

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 >>