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Jennifer Beall '10 was featured on MSNBC as an example of how small startups can pair with larger brands to benefit both.

Jennifer Beall '10 launched CleanBeeBaby

Video: CleanBeeBaby on MSNBC

See how pairing with bigger brand has helped one alumna's startup clean up


7/15/2014 - CleanBeeBaby, an eco-friendly cleaning service for strollers and car seats, might not be the best-known brand in the world, but its savvy partnerships with some of the larger ones are certainly getting some attention.

The L.A.-based company was recently featured on MSNBC's "Your Business," a recurring segment that looks at smart moves by small businesses. In this case, it looked at how CleanBeeBaby founder and CEO Jennifer Beall '10 expanded by pairing the small business with known brands like Whole Foods, Nordstrom and the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, "to be able to get moms to listen."

The "Your Business" segment is itself a partnership between MSNBC and American Express.

Read a 2012 Kellogg profile of Beall and CleanBeeBaby

CleanBeeBaby on MSNBC: