The entrepreneurial journey is incredibly eclectic, and today's episode is no exception. This week's episode features Betsy Fore, co-founder of Tiny Organics, an early childhood nutrition company. Yet, before Betsy was slinging baby food she was designing toys for some of the most iconic children brands in the world.
My guest this week is Betsy Fore, co-founder of Tiny Organics. For those that might not be aware of Tiny Organics, they are an early childhood nutrition company that focuses on introducing our little ones to their first 100 flavors to kickstart a lifelong health oriented palate. In fact, Betsy says that Tiny Organics mission is to help shift the palate or our children from being sweet oriented to savory oriented. As a dad, what I heard when she described her startup this way was “Tiny Organics is going to help raise less picky kids!”
Betsy, and her co-founder Sofia, recently announced their $11 million series A so in the coming months you are truly going to see some big things out of Tiny Organics.
Betsy’s journey to Tiny Organics is incredibly diverse as it starts on a Tribal reservation and travels through the toy-making industry. Like I’ve said many times, the entrepreneurial journey is incredibly diverse.
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