Entrepreneur Startup Stories: Jennifer Hyman, Rent the Runway

The entrepreneur and co-founder shares how she launched and grew two well-respected ventures.

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Jennifer Hyman is the entrepreneur and co-founder behind two well-respected ventures. Her first, Rent the Runway, revolutionized the way women shop by giving them access to a nearly unlimited, rentable wardrobe. Her latest, Project Entrepreneur, was founded as a means to support the next generation of women entrepreneurs.

In this video, Hyman shares how she successfully launched and grew her businesses. 

Watch more videos from the folks at Toast Meets Jam on their YouTube channel here.

Related: How This Fashion Stylist Launched a Successful Jewelry Startup

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