Since 1993, Indigenous co-founders Matt Reynolds and Scott Leonard have been building their fair trade and organic fashion line, which now employs more than 1,500 artisans around the world.
Since its launch in 2009, Motiv Power Systems has grown 50x--and it isn't slowing down. Co-founder Jim Castelaz talks about the grind, hustle, and payoff of transforming gas-powered vehicles into clean tech.
IMI started as a spin-off, but former Navy SEAL Brent Gleeson and co-founder Brandon Fishman have turned it into one of the fastest-growing internet marketing companies in the country.
Catalina Girald founded her lingerie company Naja with two intentions: creating a global brand and helping to employ and inspire women.
Aaron Levie was just 20 years old when he co-founded Box. Today he has raised more than $300 million in funding and serves 20 million global users.
Priya Haji and Sammy Shreibati, co-founders of SaveUp, talk about creating a saving rewards model that's helped their customers rebuild over $1 billion in assets.
How Richard Klein grew dot429, the LGBT professional network he founded, to 70,000 U.S. members in three years.
The story of how Alejandro Vélez and Nikhil Arora, founders of Back to the Roots, are bringing their grow-at-home mushroom and produce kits to Whole Foods, Petco, Nordstrom, and beyond.
NFL Hall-of-Famer Marshall Faulk and co-founder Nicole Bradley talk about the challenges of launching their philanthropy-based branding agency.
Ever since Greg Pekarsky and Brad Robins founded Vesta Preferred Realty, the two have been working nonstop. Finding balance and a strong support network has helped them keep growing their Chicago-based start-up.
Since serial entrepreneur Scott Wilson launched Minimal, a product design studio, it has worked with Xbox, Apple, and Nike, and raised $1 million on Kickstarter.
Through her non-profit Bright Pink, Lindsay Avner has established herself as a leader in breast and ovarian cancer prevention. Her organization has affected over 5 million people worldwide.
Genevieve Thiers and Dan Ratner, who are married, talk about how they started and scaled--and everything in between--Sittercity, their babysitter matching site.
Social entrepreneur Eboo Patel talks about how he built his global organization, the Interfaith Youth Core, and how he maintains a meaningful personal life.
Creative services company CrowdSpring's founders Mike Samson and Ross Kimbarovsky talk about starting up, almost losing it all, and making a comeback.
From leadership to company culture, Mark Achler, an executive at video rental service Redbox, talks about the ups and downs of leading a game-changing start-up.
James Miller and Samantha Ballenger, co-founders of Network After Work, have helped thousands of people secure new jobs and useful contacts. Here's a look behind the scenes of their growing start-up.
Howard Tullman has built more than a dozen businesses in the last 40 years. His latest, Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, is a for-profit digital arts vocational school.
Matt Maloney and Mike Evans founded GrubHub, an online restaurant delivery service, in Chicago in 2004. Since then, they've expanded into 300 cities, and raised $84 million in venture financing.
Lara Miller started her women's clothing business in 2005. Her sophisticated, symmetrical designs are now sold in more than 50 stores around the world. But she faced plenty of ups and downs along the way.