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Guilt-Free Fashion and Coffee with the CEO and Founder of MUD Jeans

Bert Van Son, CEO and founder of MUD Jeans, talks about MUD’s disruptive “lease a jeans” business model and the challenges of taking an eco-conscious lifestyle brand mainstream.
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