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Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Caroline Goodner discuss the following:
- Why did you decide to start the company?
- What is unique about CUROXEN?
- Do you have any other products in the pipeline?
- What did you do before you started OrganiCare? Have you founded/run other companies?
- What is different about this company vs. other companies you’ve run?
- What factors do you consider when you look at a potential market now? (TIP)
Caroline Goodner is currently CEO of a startup company, OrganiCare, which provides highly effective, all-natural OTC healthcare products to the consumer market through large retail chains. Prior to this, she was CEO of UpSpring Baby, a growth-stage consumer products company that focused on the health, wellness, and safety of mothers and babies.
She joined UpSpring in February 2009 after taking a year off following the sale of two companies in 2007. In 2005, Ms. Goodner founded MendelWorks, a mouse genotyping laboratory that served the scientific research community, and sold it at the end of 2007. Prior to that, Ms. Goodner founded Identigene in 1993 and sold it in 2007. Identigene is a DNA identification laboratory that provides paternity testing to consumers and forensic DNA testing for law enforcement agencies and defense attorneys.
Ms. Goodner now serves on the Beyond Batten Disease Foundation’s Board of Directors and the Philanthropitch Board. Currently she is an advisor with EverlyWell, an Austin startup in the consumer healthcare space, a Mentor with SKU in Austin, Texas, and is on the Steering Committee for the Austin Chapter of the Rice Alliance.
Ms. Goodner earned her BA from Duke University and her MBA from Rice University’s Jones School of Business. Additionally, she has completed several advanced entrepreneurial education courses at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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