Aden + Anais: Raegan Moya-Jones Cotton muslin baby blankets are commonplace in Australia, where Raegan Moya-Jones grew up. But when she started a new life and family in NYC, she couldn't find them anywhere. So in 2006, she started the baby blanket company Aden + Anais, which now makes more than $100 million in annual revenue. We first ran this episode in 2017 – but about a year later, Raegan's role as leader and co-founder took a dramatic turn. She fills Guy in on what happened in this special updated episode. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," we check back with Brian Sonia-Wallace, who started the business Rent Poet, and makes a living writing spontaneous poetry at weddings, corporate events, and other gatherings.
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Aden + Anais: Raegan Moya-Jones

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Raegan Moya-Jones is the co-founder of Aden + Anais
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Cotton muslin baby blankets are commonplace in Australia, where Raegan Moya-Jones grew up.

But when she started a new life and family in NYC, she couldn't find them anywhere.

So in 2006, she started the baby blanket company Aden + Anais, which now makes more than $100 million in annual revenue.

We first ran this episode in 2017 – but about a year later, Raegan's role as leader and co-founder took a dramatic turn. She fills Guy in on what happened in this special updated episode.

How You Built That: Rent Poet

We check back with Brian Sonia-Wallace, who started the business Rent Poet, and makes a living writing spontaneous poetry at weddings, corporate events, and other gatherings.

How You Built That: Rent Poet

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