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Tanya Klich

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Recent articles by Tanya:

Dr. Harvey Karp, Inventor Of The $1,300 Snoo Bassinet, Knows How To Help New Moms Get More Sleep

The pediatrician behind the Happiest Baby empire turned night-night into a $50 million business—and he won't rest until parents do. → Read More

How Luxury Shopping Habits Will Change Forever Because Of COVID-19

From vintage Hermes bags to sweatsuits that cost upwards of $1,250, luxury e-tailer Moda Operandi says its current bestsellers are proof that the luxury shopper is a different animal, even during crises. → Read More

How SBE Founder Sam Nazarian Is Supporting His 7,000 Laid-Off Hospitality Workers

The luxury hospitality group has converted several of its U.S. locations, including the Delano Las Vegas and Shore Club Miami into distribution centers for care packages for its former employees. → Read More

Top Chef Tom Colicchio Says America’s Restaurant Industry Needs An Additional $440 Billion Bailout To Survive

The $2.2 trillion stimulus was a good start, says celebrity chef Tom Colicchio, but without a much larger bailout and a more flexible plan, the restaurant industry will fail. → Read More

Sweet Success: WhIsBe Is Bringing His $60,000 Vandal Gummy Bears To Art Week Miami

For years, the street artist known as WhIsBe tried to move past his most famous creation—The Vandal Gummy Bear. Then he realized his bears were his cash cow. → Read More

The Best Fitness Gifts: ClassPass Forecasts The Top Workout Trends And Products For 2020

We met with ClassPass’ Payal Kadakia and Fritz Lanman to get their insider perspective on the future of fitness and wellness—and the seven biggest trends we should expect in 2020. → Read More

The New Mom Economy: Meet The Startups Disrupting The $46 Billion Millennial Parenting Market

Products and services for new mothers have been insufficient for decades. But as more digitally-savvy Millennials enter parenthood with a purchasing power of $2.4 trillion and rising, innovators and investors are finally taking this long-neglected market seriously. → Read More

Rise CEO Amanda Nguyen On Launching A Civil Rights Startup That Fights For Rape Survivors

While a student at Harvard University, Amanda Nguyen became a victim of rape, as well as a broken criminal justice system. She founded Rise in 2014, a nonprofit that fights for the civil rights of sexual violence survivors. → Read More

Gary Vaynerchuk: What Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Pitching In 2019

Serial entrepreneur and VaynerX chairman Gary Vaynerchuk judges dozens of startup competitions a year but this time he is kicking off 2019 with the WeWork Creator Global Finals in Los Angeles. → Read More

Baby’s Clothing Startup Monica + Andy Swaddles In $6 Million In Venture Funding

A new mother's quest for baby clothing that was free of lead and flame retardants led her to launch Monica + Andy, a multichannel retailer of organic and sustainably made baby clothes and blankets → Read More

Designing An Unconventional Ad Agency: Why The Founder Of Zulu Alpha Kilo Ditched Spec Work

In 2011, Zak Mroueh made the unusual decision to abandon spec work – the process by which an agency presents finished work to a client without having first won the account. Mroueh explains how challenging this industry norm helped his agency thrive. → Read More

How Family-Friendly Badger Balm Faced Cost-Cutting Without Sacrificing Its Parent Benefits

While Bill, the founder, built W.S. Badger as a purpose-driven business, it was his wife and daughters that made it a family-friendly workplace by designing a radical parental benefits program. → Read More

These Young Female Founders Overcame Rejection To Build High-Growth Businesses From Scratch

Whether it’s a customized playlist to amp your confidence, or practicing power poses in between slides, entrepreneurs at the Women@Forbes kickoff to the Under30 Summit agreed that audacity is key to not only launching a company, but taking the leap into scaling it into a high-growth business. → Read More

Gary Vaynerchuk Invests In MuslimGirl.com

Gary Vaynerchuk surprised his followers last year when he acquired PureWow, a fast-growing media company that publishes both lifestyle as well as lifehack content for women. This year, the Vaynermedia and VaynerSports founder is backing another empowering site for women. → Read More

How Karissa Bodnar Built Thrive Causemetics, A Luxury And Mission-Driven Makeup Company

In her early 20s, Karissa Bodnar worked as a makeup artist, as well as a product developer for the luxury division at L’Oreal. But her cosmetics career took a different course after her close friend, Kristy, passed away from cancer at the age of 24. → Read More

ClassPass Books $85 Million In Series D To Fuel Global Expansion

“We’re doubling down on bringing ClassPass to the world, this is our global domination moment,” says founder Payal Kadakia. She adds that one key to survival was focusing on expanding and establishing itself as a market leader instead of perfecting the product. → Read More

The Weeknd And Forbes Under 30 Alum La Mar Taylor Launch Hxouse, An Incubator For Toronto's Emerging Artists

Located on Toronto’s Eastern Bayfront, Hxouse will serve as an incubator and hub for local entrepreneurial artists, from singers and photographers to documentarians and fashion designers. Like Toronto’s creative and startup scene, Hxouse is a work in progress. → Read More

How Catering To The Female Fight Crowd Is Helping Shadowbox Expand Beyond NYC

For Shadowbox, foot traffic and traditional press served as a one-two punch for business. “It was a mix of good location and good timing in the wellness space because a lot of badass women were looking to try new things and do more than dabble in boxing,” said Glazer. → Read More

Luggage Startup Away Raises $50M In Series C And Hits Profitability Within Two Years

Away cofounder and CEO Steph Korey shares tips on running a capital efficient startup. → Read More

Lively, A Digital-First Lingerie Startup, Aims To Reinvent Retail By Taking Its Pop-Up Shop Cross-Country

Grant says Lively gained early traction due to Instagram and influencer marketing strategies but owes a recent jump in sales to its experiential pop-up shops. In April, Lively raised $3M which will fund Grant’s goal to take Lively’s pop-up shops across the U.S. → Read More