Member Since February 2022
Strategic Executive leader with extensive experience in the consumer products space and an emphasis on baby and toy products. History of working at both Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurial companies, and private-equity backed firms. Business and legal expertise with a concentration on global brand building, growing business Internationally, and increasing revenue through organic growth and acquisition. Current key focus is on digital marketing and eCommerce. Thrives in fast-paced, dynamic environments and building teams.
Industry experts weigh in on the tips that keep their companies (and mindsets) growing successfully. As a business owner or manager, who is responsible for leading a team to successful bottom-line results, quarter over quarter, it's easy to get stuck in a silo mindset or let fear and anxiety take over—having you falsely assume that every other company or leader has the secret to business growth and high-performance teams all figured out. On the contrary, you are not alone in your ability to face and overcome various obstacles head-on. And you'll be grateful for it along the way. To prove the point, a panel of experts from Fast Company Executive Board admits to having their fair share of ups and downs throughout their career journey to leadership. In this topic of discussion, they share one personal life lesson and what it has taught them most about how to become a better leader for the staff members and companies that they represent.
If you're strapped for cash, you can still find practical ways to launch and grow your new establishment successfully. Building a start-up business on a small budget is never easy. But being new to the industry it's important to build the best track record and gain as much positive attention as possible to elevate and expand your company in no time. Below, 15 gurus from Fast Company Executive Board share their time and knowledge about low-cost ways to create a buzz factor of excitement about your product or service.
Here's how implementing good advice can improve your bottom line in the business world. The success of a well-run business is not determined by its financial performance levels alone, and that is why leaders need to take a holistic approach and consider how each area of the establishment and decisions made about specific contributions to the company can build it up or weigh it down. As you work towards achieving your financial goals, it's also important to find the right balance and prioritize how to maintain a steady cash flow and make wise choices about how and where to invest your time and money to elevate the organization. Below are 16 members of Fast Company Executive Board to share some of the best practices they've received about how to manage their company finances.
Setting up your own program can be advantageous from a branding and financial perspective—instead of relinquishing control and splitting revenue with a partner, it allows a company to control the program and enjoy better margins when reselling products.
At Ergobaby, we believe in the transformative power of love, which is why our vision is a world where every young family is supported, connected, and thriving. Our family of brands began with iconic baby carriers focused on ergonomics and comfort, and we have expanded that focus to other thoughtful products that give young families the freedom to bond such as our strollers, sleep, and nursing lines. We take our responsibility to help shape the future for our children seriously and back our products with the ErgoPromise Lifetime Guarantee, support a circular economy through our industry's first buyback, restoration, and resell program called Everlove, and publish Impact Reports to show our progress toward the world we envision for generations to come.