This Gen Zer Is Out To De-stigmatize Menstruation, One Free Tampon At A Time

Claire Coder started her first business, a promotional products company, at age 16 while still in high school. And after one year at the Ohio State University, she dropped out to pursue Aunt Flow, a full solution provider that stocks businesses and school bathrooms with organic tampons and pads. Aunt Flow recently closed a $1.5 million funding round and is stocked in hundreds of schools and businesses, including Google, Twitter and Princeton University. On this episode, we chat about mission-driven companies, B2B marketing, customer acquisition and Claire’s experience as an entrepreneur.

Nick is a video producer at Adweek and host of the Gen ZEOs podcast.
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