Lydia Dishman

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About Lydia

Lydia Dishman is a business journalist who writes about the intersection of tech, leadership, commerce, and innovation. She is a regular contributor to Fast Company and has written for CBS Moneywatch, Fortune, The Guardian, Popular Science, and the New York Times, among others.

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Founders of Minority-Owned Startups Share How They Obtained Funding

Minority entrepreneurs trying to launch a startup have long been shut out of funding opportunities when compared to their white counterparts. These founders beat the odds.

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Social Commerce Drives Sales for Brands Across Consumer Sectors

Many brands are enticed by the potential sales promise of social commerce like livestream events and digital product drops, particularly since the pandemic pushed so much shopping online.

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How the Pandemic Has Changed Consumer Habits

Health concerns drove work, entertainment and shopping online, and convenience may make it all stick.

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How Bombas Grew Through Software and Shopper Insights

Chief technology officer Adam Weinstock explains how software is helping the startup manage risk and scale up.

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Rhone Men's Athleisure Startup Plans for Growth

Rhone Founder Nate Checketts is banking on the premise that guys will shop in stores and online for more than sweatpants in 2021.

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Influencers Build Trust Between Consumers and Brands Amid COVID-19

These modern-day marketers aren’t new, but more brands are leveraging them to create the kind of experience that cements brand loyalty.

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Capezio Dancewear Partners With GBG for Expansion

The iconic dancewear brand is moving into licensed sportswear and footwear for men, women and kids.

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How Hershey's Found Growth During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Stay-at-home orders created even bigger demand for chocolate and candy, and the 134-year-old brand delivered.

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Pandemic Panic-Buying Bolsters Sales for Toilet Paper Startup

Who Gives a Crap scores a royal flush with a sustainable, socially conscious business model.

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How Winky Lux's Target Launch Boosted Profitability Amid COVID-19

How Winky Lux aims to grab market share from department stores with ‘joyful self-care.’