East Brooklyn Labs,Brooklyn-Based Consumer Electronics Startup, To Exhibit at Collision 2019

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – 05-15-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — East Brooklyn Labs, a startup technology venture in the technology and consumer electronics space, today announced their attendance at the annual technology conference, Collision, in Toronto May 20-23, 2019.

Mr. Dovid Sufrin, Head of Product Development, stated, “We are excited to attend Collision this year with a full suite of innovative products that support our mission of steering the world towards a wireless future. We invite our fellow startups, current customers, and curious attendees to visit our booth to experience our products.”


At the company’s booth, East Brooklyn Lab’s management and sales teams will exhibit its most popular products including SliQ, BAL-M50X, and RadCad. Additionally, East Brooklyn Labs will debut a subsequent project.


“At Collision, we are able to showcase our innovative wireless products on the global stage, further driving our international growth strategy and position in the wireless technology segment of the consumer electronics industry,” concluded Mr.Sufrin.



Exhibit Date: May 15, 2019

Location: Enercare Centre

Booth No: B-115

Media Contacts:

Company Name: East Brooklyn Labs
Full Name: Tamara Wilson
Phone: (718)-473-3927 x294
Email Address: Send Email
Website: http://eastbrooklynlabs.com

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