Aman Advani – Co-founder and CEO of Ministry of Supply and his mission to Make Dress Clothes feel like Gym Clothes

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Aman Advani is Co-founder and CEO of Ministry of Supply, a clothing brand inventing a new category: Performance Professional OR performance dress clothes. The company was founded in 2012 with the mission to make dress clothes feel like gym clothes by incorporating fundamental engineering and performance principles into dress clothing staples, ultimately building a wardrobe that both looks good and feels comfortable. (Think Nike meets Brooks Brothers).

Prior to co-founding Ministry of Supply, Aman spent 4 years in management and non-profit consulting with Deloitte and TechnoServe. He holds a BSIE from Georgia Tech, and half an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Aman was also a member of Forbes 30 under 30 list and BBJ’s 40 Under 40 list, and has been featured as the cover of both ASB and Boston Magazine.

In this conversation, we discuss:

  • How Aman started Ministry of Supply, where we got the name (James Bond!), and how he scaled the company
  • The story of how Aman figures out what products to launch next through his quantified empathy process (Denim is coming!)
  • Ministry of Supply’s mission of “Dress clothes that feel like gym clothes” and how they are focusing on sustainability in the future!


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