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ORALPEACE
2020.09.07
NHK WORLD - JAPAN Direct Talk
Oral Hygiene That's Safe to Swallow: Teshima Daisuke / Social Entrepreneur
In 2013, Teshima Daisuke developed oral hygiene products that don't harm the body if swallowed. His innovative business model supports people with disabilities. We asked Teshima about his motivation.
 
2020.01.07
Springer Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific: Case Studies
Daisuke Teshima & TRIFE Inc.ORALPEACE—Creating a New Business to Support the Elderly & Handicapped
 
2019.02.04
ORALPEACE Presentation 2
Safe, Easy, and Environmental Friendly Oral Care Contributing to Society
 
2017.09.13
ORALPEACE Press Release
Product renewal information
An innovative oral care gel which is the first of its kind, this single
product tackles almost all the bacteria causing problems in the mouth
New, improved ORALPEACE goes on sale in September 2017
 
2017.07.28
NEONISIN-e Press Release
The evolution of oral care agents that are safe to swallow - Antibacterial effect against oral candida of the natural antibacterial agent derived from vegetable lactic acid bacteria peptides (protein) and rose essential oil
- Covers bacteria causing infectious diseases in the oral cavity
 
2017.03.04
Asahi Newspaper
ORALPEACE 3
PROMOTING INDEPENDENCE: Firm strives to export business model to help disabled people
 
2017.03.03
Asahi Newspaper
ORALPEACE 2
PROMOTING INDEPENDENCE: Worries about father’s mouth helped overcome ‘valley of death’
 
2017.03.02
Asahi Newspaper
ORALPEACE 1
PROMOTING INDEPENDENCE: Yokohama firm provides income boost to disabled sales reps
 
2016.06.29
ORALPEACE Presentation 1
Revolutionary Oral Care Product
will lead to Health Longevity and Create Job Oppourtunity for the Disabled People
 
2016.05.10
NHK World News「Made from Nippon」
Protecting Patients in Disaster-hit areas! Emergency Oral Care Support: Oral Hygiene that Doesn't Need Water
 
2016.03.15
NEONISIN · ORALPEACE paper
Effectiveness and clinical applications of a safe edible antimicrobial peptide produced by lactic acid bacteria
Department of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Graduate School, Kyushu University