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Warby Parker's Neil Blumenthal On Building An Eyewear Unicorn

For Neil Blumenthal, running a successful business is not something that's mutually exclusive from social responsibility. On Tuesday while speaking at Emerson College for the FORBES 30 Under 30 summit, the cofounder and co-CEO of Warby Parker outlined how he has been able to build a business valued at $1.2 billion while still having social impact around the globe.
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