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How to grow a successful startup from cofounders who started with a $30,000 loan, were profitable in their first year, and doubled revenue every year since

How to grow a successful startup from cofounders who started with a $30,000 loan, were profitable in their first year, and doubled revenue every year since
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Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman cofounded Monday Swimwear in 2014, a brand that's on track to do $20 million in annual revenue before 2022.




With no venture capital funding, the company was profitable in year one and its revenue has doubled every year since.




In an interview with Business Insider, the cofounders shared their five best pieces advice for entrepreneurs aiming to build a successful startup.




Consistency, attentiveness, and building a strong team were just three of the key factors Oakley said are critical to running a business.




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Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman founded Monday Swimwear in 2014, and the brand has skyrocketed since.
Doubling revenue every year since its launch with no venture capital funding, they said Monday is on track to do $20 million in annual revenue within the next two years.
A scale-up beyond the cofounders' wildest dreams, their extrapolated growth comes just six years after they launched the brand on a $30,000 loan.
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