Interview with Curtis Hacon, co-founder of Give a Sh!t, on DeliveryRank

Interview with Curtis Hacon, co-founder of Give a Sh!t, on DeliveryRank

Don't miss the interview with Curtis Hacon, the dreaming mind behind Give a Sh!t❗ Find out more about our compostable dog poop bags and the products we plan to launch in the coming months.

At Give a Sh!t we are always happy when you are interested in our products, but even more so when you are also interested in our ambitions and goals.

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Give a Sh!t Dog Poop Bags are TÜV Austria Home Compostable Certified. 

The degradation process begins in just 90 days.

Get a discount with the code 20%OFF

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Our Compostable Poop Bags Review On DeliveryRank

 

 

Are you wondering what you can find in it? The answers to the following questions:

  1. What's so special about Give A Sh!t and our 100% home-compostable poop bags?
  2. How difficult has it been to differentiate ourselves from our competitors?
  3. What challenges did we face in creating a 100% compostable and biodegradable bag?
  4. Where can customers get hold of our products?
  5. What is the task of the Soi Dog Foundation, and how we’ve contributed so far?
  6. Will Give A Sh!t be expanding into different dog/pet areas in the future?

➡️ Check out this substantial article to know more about our brand, dreams, and ambitions.

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