Where were you when the COVID-19 pandemic turned toilet paper into metaphorical gold? If you were Miki Agrawal, you were likely enjoying the fruits of your labor with the development of the sustainable bidet, TUSHY.
Miki Agrawal is an entrepreneur and disruptor who has garnered positive attention for her work focusing on taboo subjects where improvements can come rapidly and with ease. Already revered for her work disrupting the bathroom bidet industry, Agrawal has also taken positive strides toward menstrual equality through her work at THINX.
A special kind of entrepreneur, Agrawal has brought a new way to look at things to an old and tired industry.
Meet Miki Agrawal
Miki Agrawal began her career in the financial field by attending Cornell University and graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business and Communication. Upon leaving school behind, Agrawal would find herself working at Deutsche Bank, where she was profoundly impacted by the events of 9/11. Realizing that she needed to change her life’s direction, Agrawal left finances behind to become an entrepreneur, intuitively shifting toward the work that brought positive change to her world.
After leaving the financial field, Agrawal enjoyed success with her farm-to-table pizzeria known as WILD. A short time later, Agrawal would disrupt an additional industry by introducing the world to the aforementioned THINX.
Miki Agrawal’s career has been defined by innovation, passion, and empathy for positive outcomes. Agrawal has penned numerous books in her life that speak to her efforts, including the best-selling publication, ‘Disrupt-Her: A Manifesto for the Modern Woman’.
Thanks to her efforts, Miki Agrawal has been invited to speak at events such as The World Economic Forum, The World Technology Summit, and other such events.
Hygiene and Positive Change Around the World
While much of Miki Agrawal’s work is focused on bringing cleanliness and sustainability to her clients, she is also uniquely focused on making far-ranging changes through global charities and initiatives.
Miki Agrawal helped to target the toilet paper shortage through the introduction of TUSHY. The best-in-class bidet utilizes eco-friendly materials as well as optimum designs that are meant to last. These bidets also dramatically reduce toilet paper consumption and its corresponding waste.
With THINX, her sustainable menstruating underwear brand, Agrawal would choose to partner with the nonprofit team at GiveLove to help work on sanitary conditions and sustainable waste management practices in underserved communities around the world. Through these various partnerships, Tushy and Agrawal are fundamentally transforming industries while changing lives and challenging societal norms.