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Suzy Batiz: The Queen of Holistic Living Elevates Daily Routines with Sustainable Solutions—And Self Care

by | Feb 8, 2023
We caught up with Batiz, one of Forbes’ richest self-made women, who has a new course on how to “master the game of life”—AliveOS.
Dallas-Based ~Pourri ‘Flips That Funk’ With New Music Video Brand Campaign
by | Sep 29, 2022
~Pourri founder and CEO Suzy Batiz spent years trying to mash up the idea of "funky smells" with funk music. Then she stumbled on a video by the dance group Ghetto Funk Collective on social media. "One month later we were filming with an incredible crew and the Ghetto Funk Collective in Amsterdam," Batiz told Dallas Innovates. "It was a dream come true." Check out the campaign's first two spots—and see how it all came together.
Dropping the Poo: Poo~Pourri Rebrands as ~Pourri, Now Tackles Odors Everywhere
by | Jan 19, 2022
The company has sold over 100 million bottles of Poo~Pourri—its "before-you-go" odor-eliminating toilet spray—since its launch in 2007. Now it's expanding its line to tackle odors everywhere: for homes, cars, cats, dogs, shoes, even (phew!) men.
Poo~Pourri Launches Bidet to ‘Combat The Great Toilet Paper Shortage of 2020’
by | Oct 5, 2020
The Addison-based brand known for before-you-go spray is launching the Poo-Pourri Bidet to transform toilets to bidets in less than 15 minutes.

Jeff Berry Becomes New CEO of Poo~Pourri as Founder Suzy Batiz Steps Down

by | Sep 30, 2020
The brains behind Poo~Pourri, Suzy Batiz, will move into the role of chairwoman and chief visionary officer. She remains the 'creative force' behind the business.
Two North Texans Made the Forbes List of America’s Richest Self-Made Women
by | Jun 7, 2019
Meet the women from Dallas and Aubrey who were two of 80 to make Forbes' 2019 ranking: Poo~Pourri's Suzy Batiz and M1 Support Services' Kathleen Hildreth.
The Women of Innovation Summit Brings Together Female Change Makers, Visionaries, and Leaders
by | Apr 4, 2019
Suzy Batiz, Nina Vaca, and other female game-changers gathered for a full-day of girl power at Dallas Startup Week.