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JAN. 25, 2021 | Kansas City Business Journal | Leslie Collins

10 KC-area startups to watch in 2021

What Duh Fog is thrilled to be recognized by the Kansas City Business Journal as one of ten startups to watch in 2021.

Despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, the 10 Startups to Watch in 2021 have found ways to shine and drive growth. For a number of them, the pandemic accentuated the value of their offering. 

 

Take a look at the article to check out What Duh Fog and the other startups to watch.

DEC. 3, 2020 | Leawood Chamber of Commerce

Lock Out the Germs this Holiday Season

What Duh Fog is a proud member of the Leawood Chamber of Commerce. Supporting local business operations is very important to us, and our membership in the Chamber helps us connect with other businesses in our community.

Our thanks to the Leawood Chamber for featuring us on their website and sharing information about the safety and efficacy of our sanitizing and protection process. 

OCT. 23, 2020 | Kansas City Business Journal | Leslie Collins

Living on the Edge
Five Kansas City-area entrepreneurs talk about why they expanded amid the pandemic. (And their answers make more sense than you might suspect.) 

What Duh Fog is excited to be featured in this article focusing on businesses expanding or launching operations during the pandemic.

SEPT. 21, 2020 | KSHB | Tyler Hemness

Kansas City man loses job, but gains new career, because of COVID-19
Cleanliness, and peace of mind, are his new products. 

 

Craig Boyle launched his own business, called What Duh Fog, after he lost his job at an amusement park at the beginning of the pandemic.

SEPT. 12, 2020 | Startland News | Channa Steinmetz

What Duh Fog: Couple offers dual take on inclusivity with COVID-prompted venture

The threat of COVID-19 exposed gaps in access to effective and proactive cleaning services for small businesses hoping to reopen amid the pandemic, said Eruvial Montes-Boyle.

“We wanted to help people and businesses feel safe in their homes or shops, so making [fogging] available to all has been a huge driver for us,” said Montes-Boyle, co-owner of What Duh Fog — a disinfectant and antimicrobial coating fogging service.

SEPT. 6, 2020 | Kansas City Business Journal | Leslie Collins

How a Leawood resident turned his layoff into a business opportunity

After getting laid off from his job, Craig Montes-Boyle co-founded What Duh Fog, an antimicrobial cleaning and disinfectant business.

SEPT. 2020 | HERLIFE Magazine

ASK THE EXPERT: Disinfectant & Antimicrobial Fogging

What Duh Fog is a business based on service with the promise of integrity, safety and satisfaction. The company’s commitment is providing a simple, safe, affordable and effective service for any size business or home.

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