Sir Kensington’s final shareholder letter: 10 lessons from 10 years of entrepreneurship

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In their final message to their early investors, the founders of the Unilever-owned condiment brand reflect on their journey. More than three years after announcing the sale of the gourmet condiment maker to Unilever, the cofounders of Sir Kensington’s have moved on. Scott Norton, who stayed on as the brand’s CEO, will advise and invest in startups through N+1 Ventures , launching this week. His move follows the departure of Mark Ramadan in 2019. Ramadan is now CEO of food company Hu, a New York-based chocolate and snacking business. They shared their final letter to their early investors exclusively with Fast Company . Edited excerpts follow: Read Full Story

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As TikTok faces a ban, its new CEO accuses Facebook of attacks ‘disguised as patriotism’

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CEO Kevin Mayer published an open letter blasting Facebook for allegedly trying to snuff out its competition—namely, TikTok. On Wednesday morning, TikTok’s new CEO, Kevin Mayer, published an open letter blasting Facebook for allegedly trying to snuff out its competition—namely, TikTok—with “maligning attacks” that are “disguised as patriotism.” Read Full Story

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