14 December 2007

Child Shield innovates to save children

Startup Nation:
"Innovation is a necessity for most home-based businesses to survive. But the reason Child Shield, U.S.A., winner of the inaugural StartupNation Home-Based 100’s Most Innovative category, needs to stay ahead of the game is different from other companies simply trying to beat the competition.

Tucson, Ariz.-based Child Shield is a service that aims to educate and protect families from child predators. The primary reason the company needs to stay innovative, say its owners, John and Robin Raskob, is because child molesters are extremely inventive themselves, using Internet chat rooms and Web sites to sharpen their techniques and gain the advantage."

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