Jessica Rolph on The Mentor Files Podcast

Jessica Rolph spent years thinking about nutrition for babies, toddlers and children as the founding partner of Happy Family Brands — but one day she asked herself: Are we doing enough to nourish our children’s brains?

After Happy Family was acquired by Danone, Jessica decided to explore this idea. She launched her next entrepreneurial venture, Lovevery, a company that delivers ‘playtime with purpose’ through its range of educational toys and products. She has faced the hardships associated with being a working mom who brings baby products to market, and her insights on these challenges — and their solutions — are incredible.

Listen in for Jessica’s thoughts on the hardest part of starting a business, the difficulties women face in getting their companies off the ground, and how she balances her role as a mother alongside her responsibilities as an entrepreneur.

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“These businesses do become your babies, they're like another being in your life.” - Jessica Rolph

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“I ended up discovering what felt to me like secret information that then became Lovevery, because we wanted to translate that whole experience into something that was meaningful for parents.” - Jessica Rolph