Ageless Innovation creates companions for the aged

GIVEN PAWS: From left, Ageless Innovation co-founders Andrew Jeas, chief operating officer; Ted Fischer, CEO; Tom Canterino, vice president of business development; and Meghan Gamboa, senior vice president of marketing, review software governing their animatronic cats and dogs in the company’s Pawtucket office. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
GIVEN PAWS: From left, Ageless Innovation co-founders Andrew Jeas, chief operating officer; Ted Fischer, CEO; Tom Canterino, vice president of business development; and Meghan Gamboa, senior vice president of marketing, review software governing their animatronic cats and dogs in the company’s Pawtucket office. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Innovative Companies | Innovative Collaboration Children aren’t the only ones who can benefit from being engaged with toys and products, according to Pawtucket-based Ageless Innovation LLC. The company, spun out of Hasbro Inc. in 2018, realized a need for a brand focusing on the 50-plus market to develop fun and engaging products for older adults. “The…

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