Black Entrepreneur Expands Vending Machine Company

Jasmin Smith, the founder and CEO of Babyvend LLC
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Jasmin Smith, the founder and CEO of Babyvend LLC, has expanded her network of vending machines to include custom travel and activity kits. The kits known as “Go Boxes” have been curated and customized for travel essentials and activity essentials.

Based in Anchorage, Alaska, Jasmin founded a nationwide vending machine company that has become an award winning leader in providing vending machines for support for infants, toddlers, preschool age, breastfeeding mothers and traveling families. As a single mother of twins who travels frequently, she understands firsthand the needs of families on the go.

She comments, “Although we love our vending machines and have been able to successfully help a lot of traveling families, we understood early on that our vending machines could not fit in all spaces or help families on long flights or train rides or places with restricted space. So having these boxes that mirror our machines was essential.”

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