In this episode of Make Sense, I sit down with Devanshi Garg Sareen, three-time founder including her current role as founder of Motif Skincare. We talk about changes to the fashion and skincare industries and mompreneurs in the startup world.
– Meet Devanshi and Lindsay
– Is secondhand fashion here to stay?
– Plant based clothing is a thing
– Is at home DIY skincare risky?
– Abut Motif, scientific sensorial skincare
– Mompreneurs on Etsy were affected by the decline of Silicon Valley Bank… how did this happen?
– Devanshi shares some stories on entrepreneurship
– Advice for female entrepreneurs thinking about starting a family
Make Sense is a weekly series dedicated to talking about startup stories from the past, hysterical or mind-numbing blunders, how to do better. We also discuss how tech impacts us and how we can raise the bar when it comes to the ethics, morals, and standards in the tech industry.
Devanshi Garg Sareen is a skincare enthusiast and mother first, and a founder second. Hailing from New York City by way of Iran, India, the UK, New Zealand and Germany, she learned early on to look at people through the lens of shared human experiences. In 2019, her experience as an innovation consultant for Big Beauty conglomerates, and pain points with her own skincare journey led her to launch Motif. Motif is a forward thinking beauty brand that merges modern science with innovation – determined to raise the standard of skincare for everyone.
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