Just six months into research, the founding duo of Oppo Ice Cream thought they'd created a world-beating brand. One retailer loved their low-calorie, low-sugar ice cream, and they immediately whipped up a batch of 750 liters, burning through much of their runway cash.
Disaster struck. The product failed stability tests, meaning its shelf-life was too short. A year later £8,000 ($9,684) of ice cream burst through a faulty factory pipe, leaving the pair with just £1.05 ($1.27) in the Oppo bank account.
The setbacks, though substantial, only strengthened Oppo's resolve. Now, almost...
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