Romy Taormina is the founder of . The company makes acupressure wristbands that relieve nausea due to motion/travel sickness, anesthesia and chemotherapy. worn on the wrist, relieves pain from motion sickness, anesthesia and chemotherapy. They’re adjustable, waterproof, reusable.
Kevin O’Leary offered entrepreneur Romy Taormina $250K in exchange for 40% equity of her Pacific Grove, Calif. company in a March 2013 Shark Tank installment. But the deal didn’t materialize. It was a steep discount in her valuation. She went in asking for $250K for 10% equity.
Taormina was featured in Thrive Global in February in which she explains how she launched the company, the five things she knew before she started and why entrepreneurs need to be comfortable with discomfort. Read the full article: Why You Need to be Comfortable with Discomfort in Entrepreneurship: With Romy Taormina of Psi Bands