Startup spotlight: How Aday’s founders went from Goldman Sachs to fashion startup
Inspiration can come from anywhere — even Goldman Sachs.
That’s where performance apparel brand Aday was incubated by Goldman analysts Nina Faulhaber and Meg He, who saw room in the retail market for a brand specializing in a few sturdy items made with technical fabrics that could serve as the baseline of a busy woman’s wardrobe.
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