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Jun 25th 2020 - Jul 25th 2020

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Callaly is the UK’s first female care B-Corp that delivers subscription-based organic cotton period products. The company has invented and patented the 'Tampliner', a combination of an organic cotton tampon with a soft mini-liner for built-in leak protection, with a clean insertion and removal, and no hard plastic applicator. It is multi-patented in 30 countries. The company has developed bespoke robotic machinery to automate production at a UK facility. In a £26 billion global femcare market, Callaly claims that its potential tampliner market would constitute 2% to 4% by 2024. The company has received rave reviews from magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Grazia. Callaly plans to begin sales in Europe in the third quarter of 2020 followed by sales in the US and Asia in 2021.

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