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Quip Subscription Service Offers Toothbrush Set Designed To Encourage Members To Brush Their Teeth More

November 24, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Industrial engineer Simon Enever launched Quip, a direct-to-consumer toothbrush company that sells affordable electric and manual toothbrushes. With a soft launch done in April 2015, the company features a subscription model that sends subscribers new toothbrush heads and toothpaste every three months. Enever raised $1 million in angel investment about a year and a half ago, using the money to design Quip’s electric toothbrush set, which comes with a battery-powered toothbrush, an additional head, and a supply of toothpaste good for three months. Priced at $40, the package also includes a two-week travel toothpaste.
Elizabeth Segran, "An Idea With Teeth: This Gorgeous Toothbrush Is Made To Fix Our Bad Brushing Habits", Fast Company, November 24, 2015, © Mansueto Ventures, LLC
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