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Warby Parker, the fast-growing New York eyeglasses startup, will publish its annual report this morning, and the news, provided in an advance copy to Fast Company, was very good.
By: Max Chafkin. Source: Fast Company
Audio accessory startup Muzik is launching its product after two years of design and gearing up production, making the Muzik smart over-ear headphones available to consumers today. The headphone maker has also raised an additional $10 million to help bring its product to market.
By: PSFK We caught up with Neil Blumenthal, Co-Founder of Warby Parker, to discuss some of the key ideas to look out for in…
Warby Parker has made a name for itself by selling affordable, hipster-chic eyeglasses through a website, avoiding costly store expenses and licensing fees. While that business has thrived, the startup’s promising next act is taking shape in a chain of storefronts dotting trendy retail neighborhoods
This Shinola is a luxury-goods producer that chose to start up in this struggling city, and less than two years later has become an innovative giant in branding, storytelling marketing and, above all, understanding the consumer zeitgeist, what people want at this very moment.
By: Karen Heller. Source: The Washington Post
Normal offers a unique customization service by creating tailor-made 3D printed premium earphones from their factory/retail store in New York City.
By: Michelle Hum. Source: PSFK
An Alex and Ani executive at eTail West 2014 said that the company leverages data from all of its channels to create personalized, customized experiences for consumers.
By: Rebecca Borison. Source: Mobile Commerce Daily
The idea for True & Co. came to Michelle Lam during a shopping trip. She was a former principal at Bain Capital in Boston who’d moved with her husband to San Francisco in 2011. “I wasn’t intending to focus on bras until I got stuck in a lingerie store fitting room, and two hours later I walked out empty-handed,”
By: Emma Rosenblum. Source: Bloomsberg Business Week