Warby Parker: Dave Gilboa & Neil Blumenthal In 2008, it was nearly impossible to buy a fashionable, affordable pair of glasses online. That simple frustration inspired the idea behind Warby Parker – and disrupted the eyewear industry.
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Warby Parker: Dave Gilboa & Neil Blumenthal

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Warby Parker: Dave Gilboa & Neil Blumenthal

Warby Parker: Dave Gilboa & Neil Blumenthal

Warby Parker: Dave Gilboa & Neil Blumenthal

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In 2008, it was nearly impossible to buy a fashionable, affordable pair of glasses online. That simple frustration inspired the idea behind Warby Parker – and disrupted the eyewear industry.

Andrew Holder
How the billion dollar company Warby Parker was born out of a simple frustration with eyewear.
Andrew Holder