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A growing magical unicorn, EzySpit- all focused on turning this world spit-free as tweeted by Marico Innovation Organisation


October 18, 2021 18:45 IST

October 18: 16th September 2021, a tweet for awakening the world had hit the market by Marico Innovation Organisation owned by Mr. Harish Mariwala. This tweet reads, “From a push for spittoon pouches to curb Railway’s expenditure on cleaning spit stains to how the Indian startup ecosystem is reaching new heights with the exponential growth in Unicorns - today’s InnoWin Newsletter is packed with insights! #Innovation IndianUnicorns #EzySpit.”

EzySpit seems to be ready to break the taboo where people believed to take out the spit anywhere they want. Now, this established unicorn seems to guide people about where to spit.

A growing magical unicorn, EzySpit- all focused on turning this world spit-free, as tweeted by Marico Innovation Organisation.

Ritu Malhotra, Co-founder EzySpit.

EzySpit is a successful initiative for a spit-free world, praised by several renowned figures. Backed by Actor & Entrepreneur Suniel Shetty and is now the official Brand Ambassador of the startup

The world is already facing a giant mess due to the uncontrollable human practice of spitting, and out of it, the pan masala spit has a horrendous effect on the places where they are spit. It not only makes them look dirty but simultaneously spread germs and diseases too!

Recently a survey conveyed that airborne diseases due to spit are still having a significant impact on humans and some of these diseases are still deadly, like tuberculosis

EzySpit is setting a new record of awareness, and it seems Mr. Harish of Marico Innovation Organisation has already predicted their success on 11th December 2018. We know this through his tweet, “Determination and Innovation helped these three young #entrepreneurs find a solution to a problem many of us face, #innovation.” of 2018.

We wish the team of EzySpit good luck and expect the unicorns to bring a spit-free and green era soon!


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