HSN and FreshPaper Inventor Support Female Entrepreneurship
August 8, 2017,
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—What started out as a middle school science project has become an inspirational launchpad for female entrepreneurs on HSN.
Kavita Shukla, the inventor of FreshPaper, a natural produce saver infused with organic spices that keeps fruits and vegetables fresh longer, has just launched the Freshvoices campaign on HSN to highlight the stories of female entrepreneurs.
“It’s been a dream come true for me to now be able to share my story and our mission with millions of households on HSN,” said Shukla. “I am so excited to have the opportunity to ‘pay it forward.’ Together with HSN, Vital Voices and Women in the World, we’re launching Freshvoices—an unprecedented campaign highlighting the incredible stories of trailblazing women entrepreneurs to inspire the next generation of women innovators to take the next step with their ideas.”
Shukla appeared on HSN yesterday to launch the Freshvoices campaign in partnership with HSN, Women and the World, and Vital Voices to inspire more women innovators to take the next step with their ideas. FreshPaper was HSN’s featured product of the day.
HSN is celebrating entrepreneurs throughout the month of August as part of its American Dreams initiative, a program designed to tap into the joy and excitement of discovering new entrepreneurs, while collaborating with strategic partners to find, educate and train inventors as they bring their products to fruition.
As a part of the Freshvoices campaign, for each FreshPaper Today’s Special package sold on HSN, Shukla will make an in-kind FreshPaper donation to Vital Voices to support women entrepreneurs. In addition, one HSN viewer will win the chance to attend the 2018 Women in the World Summit in New York and walk the red carpet with Shukla.
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