Jax Sternberg knew that having a baby would be the catalyst for starting a business. After her son quickly grew out of his unused infant garments, Jax researched more sustainable options for baby clothes—she found none. This began a 3-year journey to perfect a baby garment that grew along with the child.
Jax launched Moosey Moose in November 2020 and unexpectedly sold out of stock in less than 6 months. She has big goals to grow the business in year 2 while living up to Moosey Moose’s ethos of reducing waste and creating a sustainable baby clothing line.
Listen to our interview with Jax to learn:
The waste problem in the baby industry The similarities of parenting and starting your own business How Start and Scale professionalized her process Why she uses bamboo instead of cotton The double edge sword of selling out of stock during lockdown Celebrating the first time a stranger bought a garment
Learn how Jax is building confidence through her business while solving a waste problem for fellow parents.
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