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In honor of Labor Day, I thought it would be fun to give you a glimpse into working life at Truth In Aging here in the heart of Manhattan, in the Empire State building no less.
We’ve come a long way in the last three years since I launched Truth In Aging as a little blog with an embarrassing number of typos. My oldest (as in best, not most decrepit) friend threatened to stop speaking to me if I didn’t tighten up the spelling (after years as a consultant and big company type it seems that PowerPoint had gotten the better of me and I no longer knew how it write if it wasn’t in bullet points). So I brought in an intern, the lovely and talented Copley, who wrote in grown up sentences and gently corrected my grammar.
As Truth In Aging’s community really started to grow, I realized part way through 2010 that I needed more resources and found with just one ad the amazing Preksha, Sarah and Sunil. Preksha’s unflappable resourcefulness really came into its own when I announced at the beginning of this year that we would handle our own ecommerce and no longer sell via OpenSky. I remember the night before we opened up shop on our own, wondering out loud how sales tax in America works. It was scary to make that transition but I felt confident that we would be able to give you all a better experience and provide better customer service.
It was the right thing to do and we’ve grown the Truth In Aging shop hugely in the past six months or so. Pun-loving Preksha is still with us, but is back at school and so part-time. Our latest team member, Max, just joined us as ecommerce manager and you are going to be seeing his creative flair going into our promotions.
I’ve suddenly realized that this is good time to mention that we’re working on a brand new site design with improved navigation and a new look and a more powerful platform for the shop. They will be unveiled in the next few weeks and we’ll all be welcoming your feedback.
Happy Labor Day
From Team TIA