Wearable Therapeutics, and produced their first product, Snug Vest: an inflatable vest used to calm children and adults with autism, sensory processing disorder and anxiety disorders. Soon after developing the prototype, the product was featured in Forbesmagazine. This helped kickstart Lisa’s entrepreneurial career.
From sleeping on the floor in her office for months to pitching on Dragon’s Den,Lisa has spent the last four years building a thriving business with customers all over the world.
In today’s interview, I chat one-on-one with Lisa to discover why she created the Snug Vest and why she still feels insecure about calling herself an entrepreneur.