In this episode of the Business of Home podcast, AphroChic founders Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason discuss the journey of developing their mission-driven lifestyle brand that celebrates the work of Black creatives.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, three manufacturing leaders—Sara Fritsch of Schoolhouse, Jonathan Glatt of O&G Studio and Andrew Crone of Chaddock—return to give a six-month update on business during the pandemic.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Furnitureland South CEO Jeff Harris discusses running the world’s biggest furniture store, how the brand is growing its trade program, and why he’s skeptical of a year-round High Point.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Semihandmade founder John McDonald shares the wild and winding story behind his brand, why his relationship with Ikea is complicated, and the project he’s launching this fall.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, CB2 president Ryan Turf discusses the company’s brand evolution, why brick-and-mortar still matters, and how the right collaborations are pushing the retailer in a more design-forward (and designer-friendly) direction.
In the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, entrepreneur Katy Polsby tells the story of rescuing heritage wallpaper brand CW Stockwell, why she’s choosing digital distribution over showrooms, and the legal entanglements that come with owning one of the world’s most iconic patterns.