What’s your role here at Stitch?
I’m a product manager by day, but I wear lots of other hats. I love learning how businesses work and a smaller startup like Stitch offers tons of opportunities to learn and contribute.
What does a typical day for you look like (if you have one)?
An ideal workday would include a customer conversation, a coffee walk with a coworker, learning something new, and at least two uninterrupted, highly caffeinated hours to think through problems and push business forward.
What’s one of the most challenging and rewarding projects you’ve worked on while at Stitch?
Rebuilding transfer orders for Stitch X was certainly the most rewarding. I got to work with incredibly collaborative customers as well as a highly skilled, highly motivated design and development team. We all got really into the project and I think it shows in the user experience.
How would you describe Stitch in three words?
I’ll do it one word: movement. Pushing myself and my coworkers further and faster. Helping our customers turn inventory faster and at higher margins. Helping Stitch and its customers grow without losing the agility that got them where they are.
What/who inspires you?
Our customers definitely inspire me—especially those pushing boundaries, addressing underserved markets, and reinventing stale categories.
What’s a little-known fact about you?
I’m a sucker for McDonald’s Big Breakfast: pancakes, eggs, biscuits, sausages, and hashbrowns. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!
Latest posts by Emma Miller-Crimm (see all)
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