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AlchemistX: Innovators Inside

E.38 - Angela Lim: Founder Market Fit

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November 18, 2022

Carolyn has over a decade of experience as a supply chain and operations expert in the consumer packaged goods industry. She's currently the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Tiny Organics, an early childhood nutrition company focused on shaping baby and toddler palates to prefer vegetables.

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E.09 - Jesper Frederiksen: Window To Innovation

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E.08 - Alan Boehme: Next Stop, Space!

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E.07 - Cindy Alvarez: Discovering Customers

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E.05 - Christi Zuber: Innovation by Design

March 3, 2021

"There is purpose in all sorts of things that we do. If you can make someone's job easier, if you can help someone sleep better at night, or whatever it is. Reach out and have those conversations. Understand the context of the people that interact with those products and services." - Christi Zuber

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