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Peace of Mind. Period. (Menstrual Hygiene Day Special)

Malisse Tan, Founder and CEO of Bobble

28-May-21 10:00

Peace of Mind. Period. (Menstrual Hygiene Day Special)

A total of 2.4 billion period products are disposed of yearly in Malaysia, contributing to the landfills being filled up with a woman using 11,000 pads or tampons on average in her lifetime. However, most period products contain toxic ingredients which can be harmful to the body. We speak to Malisse Tan, founder and CEO of eco-friendly period products Bobble on why she started her company, why their products stand out and how she navigates through an evolving market as an entrepreneur.

Produced by: Freda Liu

Presented by: Freda Liu

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Categories:  Personal FinanceInvestmentsFinancial LiteracyYoung FinancePersonal DevelopmentEntrpreneurship

Tags:  environmentperiod povertyMenstrual Hygiene Dayorganictoxins

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