stay-at-home mum becomes multi-millionaire thanks to business her toddler helped her dream up - polycarbonate plastic price
Four. run more than one now.
After her toddler son gave her a business idea, millions of companies.
Jennifer Holland was pregnant with her second child for 38 weeks, but she was 15-month-
Old son Ronan needs a doctor.
The doctor needs to look at his throat, but found it difficult to open his mouth with a normal wooden tongue compressor, prompting Jennifer to realize that there must be a better way.
This is the beginning of her idea of a throat mirror, a tool that can hold the tongue down while also shining light into the throat.
Jennifer told the Daily Mail in Australia: "The first prototype was a piece of plastic-polyester plastic-I was lying around the house with an LED flashlight.
"I realize that the light transmitted through plastic, I can produce a product that is very expensive --
Compete with wood tongue compressor.
"Read now: 'I really don't deserve them. ': humble D-
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Because her company is now worth $15 million (£8million).
Although she knew little about medicine, she finally determined the design of the throat mirror through online research.
Jennifer came up with the idea in the Australian version of the TV show Dragon's Den, called Shark Tank, but was previously consumed by nerves. The 33-year-
Mom revealed she was six years old. year-
Give her courage to fight for her old son.
She explained,"He said,]
"Mom, you take care of the four of us every day and you can do that.
"This gives me confidence.
"The product was launched last year and dealers will be listed in 140 countries.