How Elliegrid Is Changing The Way Patients Take Their Medication

Sometimes, the most innovative business ideas are the result of a difficult situation.

In 2015, Abe Matamoros went to Mexico to visit his grandfather. When Abe arrived, he found his grandfather lying on the floor, shivering and unresponsive. It turns out, Abe’s grandfather hadn’t taken his medication in three days because he was overwhelmed when he tried to organize his pills.

Through this difficult situation, Abe had the idea for Elliegrid: a smart pill box that’s designed to help you organize all your medications & vitamins in seconds, set reminders, & track history.

During this interview, we chat with Regina Vatterot, the co-founder and COO of Elliegrid, on how they brought the product to life, how they built and connected their app to the pill box, and how they used grants and competitions to fund their business.



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About the Author: Jordan Agolli

Jordan is the founder of Force Media, a media production company. Jordan co-founded his first business, JD Pressure Washing, at 14 years old. By age 17, he and his partner would transition into landscaping, building a remarkably successful operation of 120 weekly clients and 20 employees. In August of 2013, he sold his quarter of the company in order to pursue new ventures. In February of 2014, Jordan founded Teenage Entrepreneur, a podcast and community focused on educating and inspiring teens to pursue entrepreneurship. His motivation sparked from the struggles he faced starting out in business. The Teenage Entrepreneur podcast features successful entrepreneurs from all over the world to share their stories, struggles and pass on the advice they wish had been given to them. The show has listeners in 70 countries, nearly 2,800 followers on Facebook.

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