Ministry of Supply
Aman was born and raised in Atlanta, GA and graduated from Georgia Tech in 2007 with a bachelor's in Industrial and Systems Engineering. He went on to focus in operational strategy consulting in Deloitte's S&O Consulting group, where he spent 3 years advising companies on their long term production and operational plans. During that time, he was hit with his inspiration - the stagnant men's wardrobe, starting with men's dress socks. After trying the non-profit world for less than a year (in southern Africa) working for a non-profit consulting group, Aman went on to MIT's Sloan School of Management to pursue his MBA. After less than a year, Aman left to pursue his passion and found his co-founders in starting Ministry of Supply.
Recent articles by Aman Advani
Most entrepreneurs think CSR is too expensive, too time-consuming, or just plain unachievable for smaller startups. Think again.
A great product isn't enough if your startup is entering a new market -- and one it's responsible for creating.