Building Bonobos with Andy Dunn
The Consumer VC episode 170 with Andy Dunn, Founder of Bonobos
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Bonobos was one of the first digitally native brands to exist. In fact, Andy was the one who coined the term “digitally native”. They eventually sold to Walmart for over $300 million.
In this episode we discuss:
The founding story of Bonobos
The New York startup scene in the late 2000s
Why he eventually decided to sell Bonobos to Walmart
Advice for current digitally native brands starting today
A sneak peek of what Andy’s up to next
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