Cassie Steele is a co-founder of the startup, which has raised $100 million in funding from top investors including PepsiCo, Microsoft, and Goldman Sachs.
But her startup is not just about a cheap plastic cup.
It’s also about the way you clean up after it.
Steele has created a new kind of stainless-steel appliance called the Casters, which is a tiny, portable, stainless steel bar that you can stack on top of a clean plate.
The idea behind the Caster is that it’s easier to clean than a regular plate, so you’re more likely to have the cleanest plate in the house.
Steele’s Casters cost about $50 and the company plans to sell them to the public this fall.
Casters have been around for years, but Steele and her co-founders have been building a company around them.
The startup is also expanding into new markets like the United States and Australia.
They are now working with other makers of stainless steels, like Energizer and Energia, to create stainless steaks that are also made in the United Kingdom and Japan.
Stacey Steele says the Casts are the perfect combination of simplicity and affordability.
“We’ve got a stainless steel tool that you have to put into the dishwasher every day,” she says.
“It’s the perfect solution for us.”
Casters are made from an alloy of titanium, stainless stepper rods, and nickel.
The stainless steppers are attached to the stainless rods with a stainless nut, which gives the tool its name.
The Casters are also waterproof, so they can be used for cleaning, cooking, or storage.
The company has already launched a Kickstarter campaign, and they’re also planning to offer the Carts in the U.S. in a few months.
Stacey says the first shipment of Casters will be ready for shipping in December.
She’s excited about the product, but she doesn’t have any plans to use them as a cooking tool.
“I can’t cook anything but I could cook a steak, and I would cook it,” she said.
“But I have to keep my hands clean.”