Tiffany Krumins is the inventor of Ava the Elephant, a simple device that makes it easier for children to take their medicine. It is the only singing children's medicine dispenser! She was the first winner of ABC's "Shark Tank" where she secured an investment from Barbara Corcoran. Today she is also the founder of Mom Genius. In this video, Tiffany and product licensing expert Stephen Key discuss her journey into entrepreneurship, including how she came up with the idea, how she prototyped it, how she ended up on Shark Tank, and much more. They also discuss how she ended up licensing her idea to Baby Delight after venturing and growing her business with Barbara, as well as her future plans.
She's a pro at securing press for her inventions and herself, having been featured in Dr. Oz, Fox Business, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and most recently the Today Show.
She is also an iHeartRadio host, respected advocate for inventors, motivational speaker, and mother of three!
Get to know Tiffany: https://www.tiffanykrumins.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffanykrumins/
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