Miki Agrawal Opens Up About Her Entrepreneurial Endeavors

Miki Agrawal has been pursuing entrepreneurship for the last 15 years, and she has been outstandingly prosperous. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for her entrepreneurial prowess. This includes being named among the “Top 20 Millennials on a Mission” by Forbes and the “Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs of 2016′ by Inc. magazine. She also has awards from Time Magazine, Fast Company, and the Word Technology Summit. Miki opened up about her entrepreneurial endeavors during a recent interview.


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This top-notch businesswoman revealed that Wild is her first business venture, and it opened her mind to the possibilities of having a career as an entrepreneur. She started the business in 2005 after spending the previous five years working at the New York City branch of Deutsche Bank, where she was an investment banking analyst. Miki Agrawal said that Wild began as Slice before rebranding. She launched the restaurant as the healthy living trend was picking up pace, and it was among the first of its kind to offer gluten-free food.


Miki Agrawal pointed out that when she had the idea to start a fashion brand that made period-proof underwear, barely anybody believed that such an enterprise would be successful. Despite this, he went ahead and launched the business in 2008 and branded it THINX. She said that the company had had a lot of prosperity since it began its operations as it has addressed a problem that many women were struggling with. Moreover, THINX has earned a lot of praise for introducing sustainability into the fashion industry.


This iconic businesswoman revealed that by 2016, she had developed a taste for launching disruptive businesses. After thinking of an area that needed innovations, she decided to start a toiletries manufacturing enterprise named TUSHY. Miki Agrawal launched the enterprise just in time for it to undergo tremendous growth during the pandemic when everyone was sticking up on toilet paper.

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