By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Women are still missing at the top levels of business. From executive positions to boardrooms, women are missing from the top levels of businesses we shop at.
It always frustrates me to look at a beloved clothing companies’ website to find that the entire board of directors and founding team are consists of men. This makes me wonder if women’s roles today
“Two real good blind dates – one was when I met my husband and the second one was when I met my business partner” – Susan Feldman, Co-Founder of One Kings Lane.
By Sandra Pan (Management Consultant, Self)
In the past three years, One Kings Lane has grown from a bootstrapped startup to $200M in revenue, registered five million users and hired 250 full time employees. That’s astounding success, and they’re continuing to dominate and lead the innovation in the home/lifestyle ecommerce industry.
It all started when Susan Feldman who left her nice apartment in Manhattan moved into a house for the first time since she moved out of her parent’s home to go to college, and couldn’t find time to decorate. Susan was running around busily with kids
Five months after these co-founders met, they launched One Kings Lane.
By Susan Feldman & Alison Pincus (Co-Founders, One Kings Lane)
The consumer space is filled with countless new ideas, and it’s always exciting to see which ones catapult to become the “next big thing.” While we continue to see startups revolutionizing the way people shop, interact and get inspired, it can be challenging to make your own mark in the world. There’s nothing more empowering than getting your voice heard, and we believe there is always room for fantastic ideas.
For us, we recognized a void online that needed to be filled: There was no exciting, curated destination on the web where consumers could find top designer brands for their home that delivered