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“You know that you have hit business puberty when investors and customers stop seeing you as a young new arrival and start expecting you to behave like a grown-up,” writes Phillip Rooke, CEO of T-shirt e-retailer Spreadshirt. Here, Rooke shares his strategy for getting a business through that awkward phase.
“I felt like [retailers] really limited what I could and couldn’t make based on the prices they were comfortable selling and that price was more important than quality,” says Jason Hairston, CEO of Kuiu (and a former NFL linebacker), on why he decided to launch his second apparel brand directly to consumers.
Buoyed by $30 million from Chinese investors, U.S. e-retailer Le Tote is using messaging service WeChat to convince Chinese women to rent their clothes. Le Tote CEO Rakesh Tondon shares his approach.
What do you do when two major digital advertising channels are off limits? 1800GunsAndAmmo.com CEO Mikhail Orlov explains his customer acquisition strategy.
Quickly growing sofa-in-a-box seller Burrow celebrates its first birthday this month. Co-founder and CEO Stephen Kuhl shares his Millennial-focused strategy.