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Your first product won’t always be your best seller. Jessica Rolph’s organic baby food business Happy Family Organics failed twice before finding product market fit and scaling from $0 to $63M in sales. After exiting HappyFamily in 2016, Rolph launched Lovevery, a subscription brand that sells early-childhood development play kits and solutions. Lovevery has 300,000+ active subscribers and has been named one of Fast Company’s “World’s Most Innovative Companies.”
Listen to Nathan and Jessica discuss:
- How she discovered a market for Lovevery and Happy Family
- Why Happy Family failed twice before they even launched
- The bootstrapped early days living in New York City
- Exiting to Danone and dreaming about Lovevery
- Why ugly prototypes are the way to go
- How Happy Family’s best-seller came about by accident
- How to find product market fit for retail and DTC
- If you need a subscription product
- How to retain customers
- And much more product advice…
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