Okay, fine, I’ll admit it. I love instant ramen. When I’ve had a bad day or a sleepless night, nothing soothes my soul like a bowl of dirt-cheap, chemical-laden, carb-heavy noodles cooked up in two minutes flat. But like many fans, I’ve often felt guilty about chowing down on this highly processed food. … [Read more...] about This startup wants to do the impossible: make healthy instant ramen
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Stay involved to spot issues until the ways of working are clear, which will set you up to take a step back. Right now, I’m deep in the weeds of every expense associated with the delivery channel to make sure we are building the right foundations for long-term success. In the future, I won’t know the ins and outs of each marketing expense, but for now I’m very involved in building the financial framework we’ll use moving forward. Clear metrics and financial goals give everyone room to run without friction. … [Read more...] about My company has gone through 3 growth cycles in 18 months. Here’s how I navigated them
The six-year-old dating app where women make the first move reveled its plans to go public Friday in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. In its prospectus, Bumble reveled a net loss of $84.1 million on revenue of $376.6 million for the period between January 29 to September 30 of last year. In all of 2019, the company generated $488.9 million, up 36% from the year before. … [Read more...] about Bumble files to go public
Sephora’s study In fall 2019, after R&B singer SZA said she’d been racially profiled in a Sephora store. Around the same time, the company commissioned a study to better understand how Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) experience American retail—both within its own stores and at other brands. This week, Sephora publicly shared its findings, which paint a picture of consistent discrimination toward Black and brown customers and employees. … [Read more...] about Sephora has a sweeping new plan for combating racism. But will it work?