Why Aren't Mothers Worth Anything to Venture Capitalists? – The New Yorker


The New Yorker
Why Aren’t Mothers Worth Anything to Venture Capitalists?
The New Yorker
New parents can be paralyzed by the paradox of choice amid the glut of strollers, car seats, cribs, baby carriers, and high chairs on the market; Medela’s ubiquity can help give them one fewer decision to make—the fellowship of the bag offers safety

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