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The Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Podcast

Apr 16, 2019

Often, the differences between big corporations and small businesses can feel as stark as black and white. On today’s episode, we learn that there is, in fact, a grey area. Founder and CEO of Brightly, an online ethical marketplace, Laura Wittig shares how her experience at not just one, but several large corporations, helped lay the foundation for her social good startup and the community that surrounds it.

Another exciting entrepreneur from the ethical fashion space, Laura’s path to founding her own social good company is marked by jobs at well-known corporations like Adobe, Amazon, and Google. Somewhere along the way, she realized that tech can be for good—even in the retail industry.

In this episode, Laura shares her story with us, taking us through her years as a Product Manager for major corporations, and then to her experience in building Brightly and its rich community of conscious consumers. Her story is packed with good advice and inspiring ideas, and we can’t wait to share it with you!

  • Learn all about the Brightly mission, strategies, and community.
  • Dive into the concepts of ownership and mindfulness—two values Laura found during her time at major corporations.
  • Get inspired by easily implementable business practices currently used at Brightly.
  • Hear about Brightly’s community building strategies and upcoming projects.