Miracle mop inventor joy mangano

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Joy: The Unofficial Biography of Miracle Mop Inventor, Joy Mangano by Fergus Mason

You may not know the name Joy Mangano, but you probably know her mop--the Miracle Mop to be more exact. This book is the story of how Mangano built a QVC empire.

The book explores her early days as an inventor through her later success on HSN; along the way it touches on the business strategies and models that made her a multi-millionaire.

This book is not endorsed by Joy Mangano and should be considered unofficial.
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HSN - Joy Mangano's Miracle Clean World Premiere 09.15.2018 - 05 PM

Joy (2015)

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Frustrated with household mopping, Mangano invented a new kind of mop, the Miracle Mop, and when she appeared on QVC to sell it, the mop served as a launch pad for success. She went on to invent several other products, and in she sold her company, which has hundreds of millions in sales, to HSN. Mangano would go on to be known as an inventor of practical household products, and she got started with her ideas at an early age: While working at an animal hospital as a teenager, Mangano devised a fluorescent flea collar for cats and dogs to make them easily visible to cars at night Hartz put a similar product on the market a year later. After college, she went on to hold a variety of jobs while getting married and having three children. By , Mangano was divorced and living in Smithtown, New York, and she found that her first idea would be inspired by the daily grind of housework. Cleaning up after three kids is not often inspiring work, but Mangano took her frustration with one aspect of it, mopping, and spent a couple of years developing a product that would help take the sting out of the thankless task. With a little advertising and a lot of boots-on-the-ground salesmanship, Mangano managed to sell a few thousand of the mops that first year, with her children helping her fill the orders.

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Before making it big, Mangano says she hit a million roadblocks before she could even dream of becoming a millionaire. It really is hard work. She is. The year-old inventor got divorced shortly after having her three kids. Having to build a new life for herself and her family was the first step towards creating her billion dollar business, and doing it all alone as a single mother is what gave Mangano the drive to invent again -- something she did her whole life. Mangano grew up as the shy, skinny Italian girl in the working class neighborhood of Dix Hills in Long Island.

Though it's never mentioned by name in the movie it is quickly shown on a TV screen graphic during the mop's initial unsuccessful QVC appearance , the real Joy Mangano invented the self-wringing Miracle Mop, which was her first success. The Joy true story reveals that she possesses more than patents and trademarks for her inventions, which also include the velvet-covered Huggable Hangers designed to prevent clothes from slipping onto the floor and My Little Steamer a handheld device for smoothing out wrinkles. Jennifer Lawrence pictured portrays Joy in the David O. Russell movie. Russell was up front and told her that the film was "not going to be a biopic. Russell didn't meet with her in person until the very end.

For much of history, mom inventors were not largely publicized. Thankfully, this is not the case today. Joy Mangano is an icon in the world of mom inventors. Russell biopic film, Joy, which depicted her rise to fame. Mangano is an unstoppable inventing force. The majority of her products fall within the home products category and seek to make day-to-day life simpler and easier. All in all, Mangano holds over patents for her inventions!

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