Cuyana Buyers Love 'Fewer But Better' Products, CEO Says
Direct to consumer clothing and accessories brand Cuyana launched in 2011 hoping shoppers would buy into their 'fewer, better, things' philosophy. Seven years later the company is profitable and just closed a $30 million funding round with H.I.G G...
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