Medela and Mamava Join Forces to Support Working Families and Employers

Leading breastfeeding brands team up to deliver the equipment, space, advocacy, and tools for mothers and the employers who support them

Medela LLC, the #1 recommended breast pump brand, and Mamava, the inventors of the first lactation pod, have announced a partnership that will make it easier for employers to provide the infrastructure, products, and services breastfeeding working moms need. The partnership will leverage the expertise of category leaders as a solution for employers seeking to better support their return-to-work employees after maternity leave and will amplify Mamava’s and Medela’s missions to change cultural perception toward breastfeeding and improve outcomes for mothers and babies.

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“Working moms are the backbone of the American economy, yet they have not been fully supported. We’re thrilled to partner with Mamava on solutions that address the needs of moms during a critical transition back to work after the birth of baby,” said Melissa Gonzales, executive vice president of Americas for Medela. “Mamava’s commitment to improving the breastfeeding and pumping experience for today’s mothers is essential to shifting the conversation around breastfeeding. We are proud to partner with Mamava to unite their much-needed space solutions and our research-based product portfolio to improve the support available to breastfeeding moms in the workplace.”

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“Medela’s product expertise, research and advocacy around human milk science and lactation has been critical to the support of breastfeeding mothers as both public policy and the American workplace culture evolves,” says Sascha Mayer, CEO and co-founder of Mamava. “Their partnership is an incredible opportunity to assist companies and the new mothers they employ with recruitment, increasing employee retention rates, and most importantly improving health outcomes for mother and baby. Our partnership with Medela will amplify our efforts to make more mothers successful in meeting their breastfeeding goals.”

Medela and Mamava marked the start of their partnership with a ribbon cutting for the newest Mamava pod, placed at Medela’s US-based offices, in McHenry, Illinois.

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