When Swindell launched The Hip Humanitarian in 2014, she was a first-time business owner, and she worked from home. In her dimly lit apartment surrounded by product samples and cardboard boxes, she also spent her days alone, packing orders and creating content to keep her baby brand alive. Without an entrepreneurial community to lean on or the resources to purchase the equipment she needed to scale, she eventually folded The Hip Humanitarian to take a job in philanthropy.

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