Summary: The people and ideas behind your favorite online brands. Hosted by Stephan Ango, co-founder of Lumi.com
A discussion on circular economies with the Director of EILEEN FISHER Renew — their recover and resell apparel program.
A talk with Tuft & Needle co-founder, JT Marino on waking up a sleepy industry and merging with their competitors to fundamentally transform consumer product brands.
ShipBob Chief Marketing Officer, Casey Armstrong answers logistics questions for outsourcing your fulfillment.
Ollie Senior Operations Manager, Nancy Walton, and Lerer Hippeau Principal investor, Caitlin Strandberg talk about the supply chain strategy behind dog food company, Ollie's new packaging redesign.
On this episode, President of Supergoop!, Amanda Baldwin shares how she's leading the mission-driven sunscreen brand forward.
On the Thingtesting Instagram, Jenny Gyllander offers her perspective on DTC goods from the lens of a consumer and venture capitalist.
A conversation with Backdrop — a new startup moving the hardware store paint chip model forward.
A year after our first talk, Baggu founder Emily Sugihara shares how they're preserving the heart of the bag brand.
LeanLuxe Editor-in-Chief, Paul Munford and Stephan roundup the latest news driving modern commerce.
Porter Road is bringing high-quality, traceable meats and poultry direct to consumer. Hear how the Nashville butchery went from catering business to VC-backed ecommerce company.
In 2015, Eva Goicochea created a pre-launch website for her sex wellness brand. It took over two years to launch. On this episode, we loop back with founder Eva Goicochea on how she brought Maude to market.
Industrial designers, Joseph Guerra and Sina Sohrab share the roadmap of bringing a product to market.
A talk with David Heath about grounding their one-for-one sock brand in the community and the customer experience.
A conversation with Sustain Natural founder, Meika Hollender on starting an all-natural period and sex startup with her dad.
Chief Operations Officer, Charlie Carlisle shares how social-good headwear company, Love Your Melon, is supporting pediatric cancer initiatives through selling knitwear at scale.