MIKI AGRAWAL: A SIGNIFICANT FIGURE FOR TUSHY COMPANY

Miki Agrawal is a native of Austin, Texas, and a renowned social entrepreneur and founder. Miki is the founder of TUSHY, an attachment community that is meant to formulate bidets for every toilet within America. Recently TUSHY launched an Ace electric bidet seat that completes the company’s tech. Tushy’s latest accomplishment was that they closed a funding round for the company. The funding is working on a new science project to support the planet.

 

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Miki Agrawal has a four-year-old son who she feels happy to say is a top scorer in his football league in school. When it comes to the contributions of Miki Agrawal to others in society, she mentioned at a certain leaders summit that through her art and creativity, she has been able to solve a lot of problems in the world. She takes part in the mentorship of young women, especially those of color.

When she was asked about her biggest leap, Miki said that being able to save 15 million trees annually and improve human health and hygiene In America through TUSHY is what she considers her greatest leap. Miki Agrawal’s recent adventure entailed a visit to Antarctica, which she loved in every possible way. An ideal business relationship involves people with exactly the opposite temperament and skills to Miki.

Two people with opposite qualities make a perfect team in the business field. Miki Agrawal considers laughing out loud at the beauty and magic of life. Among her other joys are enjoying the beauty of nature with her favorite people and playing with her son. On her bucket list, she plans on watching the great migration of Serengeti.

Miki Agrawal’s favorite book that she has admitted to reading repeatedly is the Subtle Art of not giving a fuck. Apart from her parents, her greatest influencer in life is her twin sister, to who she is so identical. While growing up, she claims to have learned to spend less than she earns and also take her time when hiring but then fire quickly.