Steeped in entrepreneurialism, Megan Glover helped launch 120WaterAudit as her first foray into water entrepreneurship. She discusses how she got involved with 120WaterAudit, its lab quality testing services for water supplies, launch issues, and more. Megan layers in her observations about water entrepreneurship and how it differs from tech entrepreneurship. The end result? A great product that proves we need more people with Megan’s entrepreneurial spirit engaged in the water sector. You’ll love listening to Megan insights.
In this session, you’ll learn about:
- Megan’s background
- How she and her team came up with the idea for lab quality residential water testing
- Megan’s thoughts on awareness and education about water quality
- The contaminants for which 120WaterAudit tests
- The different markets 120WaterAudit targets
- The recommended frequency of water quality monitoring
- The warp speed in which 120WaterAudit brought its product to market
- Megan’s thoughts on how the water sector differs from other tech sectors from an entrepreneurial standpoint
Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:
- 120WaterAudit’s website
- EPA’s guidance on lead in aftermath of Flint, Michigan
- EPA’s webpage on Consumer Confidence Reports
- Safeplumbing.com webpage on Lead in Plumbing and how to eliminate lead plumbing
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