Carol Judge-Llewellyn takes care of Joan

Posted on February 3, 2019, 2021 at 7:42 pm

From the British version to the vaccine war between London and Brussels, the health crisis has put the United Kingdom in the limelight, but obscured the effects of Brexit. However, Carole Juge-Llewellyn, the founder of “Green” hygiene products brand Joanne, should deploy a wealth of ingenuity to reach her customers across the channel. “Some packages get stuck on custom, so we try to get around the blockages by sending in multiple copies through different carriers”, Explains the 37-year-old entrepreneur, who receives 10% of his 20 million euro business outside the French borders.

To accelerate its conquest of the international, the startup which offers “a very short fuse of patience” has raised just 10 million euros from Vaultier7. Enough to continue the diversification of his company, initially with expertise in ecological diapers for infants (without glyphosate, chlorine, dioxin …), which made it possible for hygiene and clothing (body, diapers, bathing cap) The offering has expanded … This proponent of “Wednesday” traceability is adding a string to her bow with a range of facial cosmetics, dedicated to women and made in France.

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