From engineer to Flex-Flop magnate, Janice Hallé’s path to entrepreneurship

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ResetHer mom suffered a heart attack a few years ago and that motivated Janice Hallé to find a way to make a difference in the fight against heart disease, especially with women.


A successful engineer for more than 30 years, Janice left a successful career with Texas Instruments to buy Flex Flop, now a division of  New Hampshire-based Joie de Vivre. The company produces stylish and foldable footwear made of memory foam.

Her success already has her being invited to provide product for some very high profile events in 2016 as well as a big commitment to helping the American Heart Association.

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