28 min

Amanda Hesser, Founder and Executive Chair at Food52 Studying Success

    • Entrepreneurship

For our 30th episode, I am honored to be joined by the Amanda Hesser, Founder and Executive Chair at the Food52, the online culinary community. After working at the New York Times as a food reporter, writer and editor, and columnist, Ms. Hesser felt that she was missing something in her life – entrepreneurship. Shortly after leaving the New York Times, Ms. Hesser used an advance on a book that she was writing to launch Food52. Now, 14 years later, Ms. Hesser discusses with us how she built a customer experience, what she thinks the key to Food52’s growth was, and what she would do differently if she were to start all over again. Stick around to the end to Ms. Hesser’s biggest takeaways from her startup journey with Food52. 


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For our 30th episode, I am honored to be joined by the Amanda Hesser, Founder and Executive Chair at the Food52, the online culinary community. After working at the New York Times as a food reporter, writer and editor, and columnist, Ms. Hesser felt that she was missing something in her life – entrepreneurship. Shortly after leaving the New York Times, Ms. Hesser used an advance on a book that she was writing to launch Food52. Now, 14 years later, Ms. Hesser discusses with us how she built a customer experience, what she thinks the key to Food52’s growth was, and what she would do differently if she were to start all over again. Stick around to the end to Ms. Hesser’s biggest takeaways from her startup journey with Food52. 


Please subscribe to Studying Success to hear more from the best entrepreneurs and investors!
Also check out our website at www.studyingsuccesspodcast.com.
And follow us on Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube – @studyingsuccesspodcast

28 min