Ms Agrawal is the Founder of THINX Inc., a company that develops women’s sexual health products, particularly underwear. This includes underwear designed to hold and protect sensitive areas. She is also the founder and CEO of TUSHY, a brand of environmentally sustainable consumer goods for which she raised more than $4 million.
One of the best things you can do as a business owner & entrepreneur is giving your team permission to be fully themselves. That’s when the magic happens.
— Miki Agrawal (@twinmiki) February 10, 2022
Much of Miki Agrawal’s research and intellectual curiosity is centered around the merging of emotion and cognition. How can we leverage our emotional intelligence in order to solve problems as complex as global climate change? As a product designer, Miki’s work revolves around creative and disruptive innovations that improve on existing products or enhance their functionality in inventive ways.
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After being exposed to the changing state of society in the last 5 years, Miki recognized a pattern: Everyone has access to much more information and knowledge than before, but this is almost never put into use. Rather, we end up consuming an inordinate amount of information that is largely useless. To continue improving and growing THINX, Miki Agrawal looks to other companies and industries where she can improve on the status quo to create new standards and to change people’s behavior and make a positive impact on the world.
Miki Agrawal is the Co-Founder of Thinx, a company that produces the world’s first performance, period panties. Miki founded the company with the mission of designing period panties to address the ills of the tampon industry – high cost, high waste, and little marketing. Miki Agrawal has made tremendous strides in disrupting the traditional feminine care industry, creating a sexy, functional and inclusive product that solves the menstrual taboo.
While she didn’t always know it, Miki has always been passionate about fashion. After experiencing numerous childhood illnesses, she wanted to wear fashionable clothes to help feel more like a regular kid. Miki also created her own fashion line when she was only 8 years old. With that, she “became the youngest entrepreneur ever to enter the Inc. Miki Agrawal’s role is to design, build, and launch solutions, and then use her creative talents to bring it to market.