Watershed Innovations launches new website

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The new website highlights Watershed Innovations’ three brands.

The new website highlights Watershed Innovations’ three brands.

Correct Craft subsidiary Watershed Innovations has unveiled a new website to highlight its growing family of companies that now includes its recent acquisition of Merritt Precision.

That’s in addition to its other brands — Ingenity, which focuses on electric propulsion, and Osmosis, a company focused on telematics.

The website offers a form for making a confidential introduction, as well as a career section for those interested in job opportunities with the company.

“We see a lot of trends happening around us that will make things better for both boaters and for our planet,” said Watershed Innovation president Sean Marrero in a statement.

“The Watershed team has been very busy over the past year working in these areas,” said Marrero. “As we continue to grow our team of talented hardware and software engineers, it is time to start letting people know what we are doing. Our new website is the first step in doing that."


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