Designed For Cleaning Teeth
Manufactured To Clean The Environment
To find out more behind how Bogo Brush got its start and what’s in store for the future, Matt interviews Bogo Brush founder, Heather McDougall
More about the episode
Matt sits down with Bogobrush co-founder Heather McDougall. Bogobrush makes eco-friendly toothbrushes designed to help cut down on everyday single-use plastic consumption.
Heather had a pretty interesting layup to starting Bogobrush which is technically a family business, with her brother, John, being a co-founder. Heather and her brother wanted to position Bogobrush as a company that can directly do some good in fighting single-use plastics but, they also wanted to work on a philanthropic side as well, something Heather is particularly well versed in.
In this episode, we chat about the logistics of making a product that you pretty much always need to keep up with hygiene (at least we hope) and a lot of the innovations the McDougalls made to make their products as eco-friendly as possible. We also got a chance to talk about burnout and mental health, keeping healthy relationships, and what that means in regards to building and running a business.
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