The Huffington Post does a Q&A with the founder of CPAP sanitizing device company SoClean.

When joining VenMill Industries in 2007, the focus of our technology was cleaning and repairing electronic media discs (e.g. DVDs, CDs, and BlueRays). As this market evolved, my team and I realized DVDs were not going to be part of everyday use anymore so we purposely brainstormed problems that people face every day, and how we could create a solution to one of those problems with a new application of our existing technology. With multiple team members having personal experience with sleep apnea, including my wife, we decided to develop a product that would make life easier for those that suffer from the sleep disorder and use a CPAP device for treatment — and SoClean was born.