Episode 174: From Food Truck Fail to Fashion

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When the universe handed Jenny Goodman lemons in the form of a failed food truck in Brooklyn, she didn’t sulk for very long. Instead, she realized she needed more business acumen and decided to get her MBA.

Today, Jenny is the cofounder and COO of Tilit NYC, high-quality workwear for chefs and civilians alike. Jenny joins us to talk about her early days in the industry as a waitress at Commander’s Palace in New Orleans, her life as a new mom, and the hot new jumpsuit that Tilit finally brought to market. Vogue called it Tilit’s “coolest piece yet.”

Tune in to hear her story and a few of the lessons she’s learned along the way. 

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