Profiles

Food52’s Amanda Hesser on How to Do Content and Commerce Right

In last week’s Inner Circle, I highlighted Amanda Hesser, the co-founder and CEO of Food52. Specifically, I covered Hesser's tips for starting a business, which she discussed at the OPEN for Women: CEO BootCamp in New York City earlier this month. This week, I focus on how Hesser has been able to blend content and commerce…
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Food52’s Amanda Hesser on Starting a Business

In last week’s Inner Circle, I wrote about a Q&A session with Diane von Furstenberg that took place during the OPEN for Women: CEO BootCamp in New York City. This week, I thought I’d discuss some of the insight I gleaned from another speaker at the event, Amanda Hesser, the co-founder and CEO of Food52,…
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Think Local, Act Global: An Interview With Ann Wang of Enrou

Enrou is a central marketplace for fashionable products that empower communities around the world. In a retail environment that's dancing on the line of using charities as a marketing strategy and actually supporting them, enrou's business model is based solely on helping others. Which is probably why it won Forbe's 30 Under 30 $400,000 Pressure Cooker competition in Philadelphia last month. Twenty-three year old co-founder and CEO of enrou, Ann Wang, sat down with WIRLC to discuss the brand's mission and how it plans to expand it's impact over the next few years.
 

Life Lessons From Diane von Furstenberg

Yesterday I attended a great conference, the OPEN for Women: CEO BootCamp, which was held in New York City. The event, hosted by American Express OPEN, the small business division of the financial services company, was designed to teach women entrepreneurs the fundamental pillars for successful ventures: confidence, competence and connections. A highlight of the…
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