• August 23, 2022

Miki Agrawal Teaches Entrepreneurs How to Succeed

Miki Agrawal, the founder of period-proof underwear company Thinx and CEO of social media app BUMBLE, is bringing her expertise to a new entrepreneurial space. Together with Mindvalley, Miki Agrawal will teach entrepreneurs how to launch a business from scratch, including moving beyond your best idea and creating a sustainable business model.


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This partnership promises to give startups the guidance they need to succeed at all stages—from brainstorming an idea and implementing it through funding rounds and eventually exiting on their terms.

“Starting something new is always challenging, and I’m excited to sit down with entrepreneurs and help them create the business of their dreams,” says Agrawal. “By sharing my own experiences, I hope to contribute to empowering everyone to live a life of impact—from creating businesses that change cultures to building products that transform people’s lives.”

Mindvalley is a transformational education company that aims to empower 100 million people by 2020 by providing accessible, affordable personal and professional development courses. As a recognized thought leader in entrepreneurship, Miki Agrawal already works closely with the brand to serve as an official mentor for the company’s signature course, Impact Academy, which has impacted over 1 million lives.

Miki Agrawal is a disruptor of the traditional feminine hygiene industry. The former business reporter for Time Inc. covered everything from workplace harassment to international affairs, but she always knew she wanted to start something entrepreneurial. So she left her job in 2012 and began Thinx, a menstrual cycle-proof underwear company.

Agrawal’s work in underprivileged and underserved communities has taken her worldwide, including to India for a TEDx talk about menstrual health. Her legacy, therefore, is her work as a social entrepreneur, author, and speaker. She has been recognized as one of the top 50 most creative people in business by Fast Company and on the Forbes 30 under 30 lists.