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Andy Dunn, Walmart‘s senior vice president of digital consumer brands, recently shared a memory about his early days with Bonobos.
In 2017, Dunn sold his online menswear brand Bonobos to Walmart for $310 million.
He spoke to the audience at the Business of Home’s first Future of Home conference about how his fledgling startup got through the 2008 financial meltdown.
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Andy Dunn founded online menswear retailer Bonobos in 2007. One year later, the economy of the United States tanked.
Dunn spoke at the Business of Home’s first Future of Home conference in Manhattan about his experience in the early days of the startup. In 2017, Dunn sold Bonobos to Walmart for $310 million and signed on as the retail giant’s senior vice president of digital consumer brands.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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