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Stitch Fix Is Winning with the 'Less is More' Approach to Business

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake. Photo by <a href="http://www.aubriepick.com">Aubrie Pick</a> for Racked
Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake. Photo by Aubrie Pick for Racked

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Stitch Fix isn't just a styling solution for women who don't want to shop; it's a scrappy business, too. The San Francisco-based biz just topped Mattermark's list of "startups that are punching above their weight class," Silicon Valley Business Journal reports. The investment research firm assembled the list after analyzing data on more than one million companies. The companies on the list have shown the most growth while raising less than $50 million. Stitch Fix, which has raised $46.8 million since it launched in February 2011, is the only fashion company to make the cut.
· What the Women of Stitch Fix Wear to Work [Racked]
· 10 startups that are punching way above their weight class [Silicon Valley Business Journal]