Jessica Rolph spent years thinking about nutrition for babies, toddlers and children as the founding partner of Happy Family Brands — but one day she asked herself: Are we doing enough to nourish our children’s brains?
After Happy Family was acquired by Danone, Jessica decided to explore this idea. She launched her next entrepreneurial venture, Lovevery, a company that delivers ‘playtime with purpose’ through its range of educational toys and products. She has faced the hardships associated with being a working mom who brings baby products to market, and her insights on these challenges — and their solutions — are incredible.
Listen in for Jessica’s thoughts on the hardest part of starting a business, the difficulties women face in getting their companies off the ground, and how she balances her role as a mother alongside her responsibilities as an entrepreneur.
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“These businesses do become your babies, they’re like another being in your life.” – Jessica Rolph
“I ended up discovering what felt to me like secret information that then became Lovevery, because we wanted to translate that whole experience into something that was meaningful for parents.” – Jessica Rolph