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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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.’

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Harry & David Closes Its Stores to Focus on E-Commerce

The pandemic just accelerated the 86-year-old brand’s move to close stores and focus on e-commerce and digital marketing.

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High-Level Women's Professional Network Chief Poised for Growth

Launched in 2019 to encourage in-person networking, the platform’s founders discuss pivoting to virtual events and growing fast.

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How Rebag Is Eyeing Growth in the Resale Fashion Industry

The resale destination for luxury handbags and accessories is seeing sales soar amid the pandemic, thanks to a tech edge and a human touch.

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Betabrand CEO on Its Successful Shift from Menswear to Women's Work-From-Home Fashion

How Betabrand built its $70 million DTC fashion business on humor and social engagement, pivoting now to meet the new work-from-home normal.

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Bookshop.org Helps Booksellers Stay in Business During COVID-19

The founder of the communal virtual storefront, which launched this year to help bookstores compete against Amazon, discusses adapting to change and the unexpected silver lining buoying its members.

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Effects of Coronavirus Pandemic on Food Delivery Businesses

Panic-buying and fear of contagion are driving many consumers to download apps for groceries and meals during the coronavirus crisis.

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The Bouqs Co. Expands With New Investor Funding

How $30 million will help the online floral company grow internationally and in bridal and brick-and-mortar retail, too.

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Interview with CEO of Thumbtack

Founded at the dawn of the gig economy and now boasting a $1.7 billion valuation, the online services, two-sided marketplace represents the future of work.

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How UNTUCKit Expanded Business Abroad

Co-founder Chris Riccobono says that men are looking for the digitally native brand’s polished casual looks abroad, too.