Shazi Visram, Founder of HappyFamily: How maxed out credit cards didn’t stop her from building a $35M organic baby food brand

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Shazi Visram shares all on Inc.

Don’t miss Inc’s feature on Shazi Visram, founder of Happy Family Organic Foods. Now a $35 million organic baby food brand, Shazi shares all about her roller coaster ride raising money as a desperate entrepreneur with maxed out credit cards and how shifting her market strategy propelled revenue.

My Unexpected Path To Success on Inc.: Happy Baby founder Shazi Visram’s first product launch was an absolute dud. When she looked closer, she found the fundamental problem (and a better strategy for growth).

Fundraising Saga of A Desperate Entrepreneur, Part 1 on Inc.: In part one of a four-part story, Shazi Visram, founder and CEO of HappyFamily, tells her harrowing tale of how a supposedly trusted venture capital incubator tried to dupe her.

Fundraising Saga of A Desperate Entrepreneur, Part 2 on Inc.: In the second part of this launch story, Shazi Visram, founder and CEO of Happy Family, shares how advice and angels helped her launch her growing company in 2006.

Fundraising Saga of A Desperate Entrepreneur, Part 3 on Inc.: In the third part of this launch story, Shazi Visram, founder and CEO of HappyFamily, struggles with personal situations while trying to grow her company.

Fundraising Saga of A Desperate Entrepreneur, Part 4 on Inc.: In this last part of founder and CEO of HappyFamily Shazi Visram’s launch story she talks about becoming profitable without private equity funding.

Watch: Shazi shares with Inc. how she needed to raise millions fast to grow HappyFamily as quickly as possible to stay competitive.

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