Miki Agrawal showcases both entrepreneurial spirits as well as a creative vision with an outrageous interest in countering the status quo in different industries. Miki has a noticeably irrelevant strategy that has exhibited itself in some successful books and investments that dwelled more on taboo subjects. Miki Agrawal is a Canadian innovator who is quite resourceful because she exploits every chance to positively disrupt things in the culture and her life.
Agrawal’s career started evolving once she earned a degree in Business and Communication in 2001 from the famous Cornell University. Miki Agrawal started working at Deutsche Bank in New York as a business banking analyst where she was influenced by the 9/11 events. Miki drifted her attention to develop a desire in influencing people and making the world a better place.
Instead of reorganizing her career channel, Agrawal decided to follow her lifestyle and even came with a compatible investment idea. Miki began a gluten-free pizzeria known as Slice in 2005, and currently, this eatery has two locations in New York.
For the upcoming investment venture, Agrawal focused on the desire to determine an environmentally friendly and more effective way to address a certain ubiquitous need. Miki Agrawal started THINX in 2008, a certain underwear company that helped women over the menstrual periods.
Miki’s latest entrepreneurial business is TUSHY, a startup that makes bidet toilet attachments. This idea came from Miki’s aspiration to develop a hygienic way for people to use bathrooms with an honest submission that everyone is bound to attend the washrooms.
In 2020, TUSHY’s appeal was more enhanced when a toilet paper shortage happened to lead to unbelievable revenue augmentation. Today, about one million consumers have made TUSHY their all-day product. Miki delights a lot in enabling others to own up the progressive approach to their lives Since Miki has made several accomplishments in entrepreneurship, she has received several awards.