In 2013, the activewear market seemed oversaturated, dominated by titans like Nike and Adidas. But in spite of the prevailing wisdom, Ty Haney saw a way to break into that market and founded Outdoor Voices. She was 25 years old. Dave speaks with the OV founder from the Uber Eats House during SXSW about trailblazing in a seemingly too-crowded field and parlaying failure into success, and about their shared experience of being young entrepreneurs.
Defying Conventional Wisdom With Outdoor Voices CEO Ty Haney
She joins Dave to discuss her experience trailblazing in a seemingly overcrowded field
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Wading through 15 years of Mark Zuckerberg’s public statements, via the Zuckerberg Files, to gauge how the CEO’s views on protecting user data have changed
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