Minted Grew From a Stationery Brand to a Global Design Platform. Here's How.
By listening to her community and reacting quickly, Mariam Naficy built a business bigger than her wildest visions.
When Mariam Naficy launched Minted in 2008, she wanted to create a niche business, one that would crowdsource stationery designs from independent artists, ask consumers to vote for their favorites, produce and sell the best-performing creations and share a portion of revenue with the original designers.
But Naficy underestimated consumers’ interest in what she was building, and she soon found herself at the helm of a massive venture-backed design platform that was growing far beyond her original vision. So she rolled with it -- adapting right alongside her company.
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