24 Min Released Jun 16, 2017

#121 How Warby Parker Could Put All Optometrists Out of Business

This week, Inc. editors and writers talk Tom Foster’s piece in Inc.'s June issue that explores how Warby Parker is opening up dozens of physical retail locations across the U.S. and  optometrists are worried. Warby Parker started as an e-commerce startup and now it's a $250 million giant. The group also talks about Troll Cakes, a small New York City-based business that is making cakes decorated with messages from online trolls. For an extra $30 Troll Cakes will send the cake to the person bullying you online. Lastly, the group interviews serial entrepreneur Noah Kagan. 

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