Gwyneth Paltrow, the actress, Amagansett resident, and founder of online lifestyle publication Goop, spoke to Bloomberg TV Friday about her business struggles and aspirations.
Paltrow freely admits that when she began Goop, she did not know what she was doing. However, she prefered to start her own brand and invest her own equity—sweat and cash—into a business, rather than becoming a paid face for someone else’s brand.
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On Thursday, Time named Paltrow among the 30 most influential people on the internet. Tim repors that Paltrow started Goop in 2008 and now boasts more than 1 million email subscribers.