Kish Vasnani, 36, and his wife Vanessa Jeswani, 34, joined forces as entrepreneurs in 2016 after he got fired from his software sales job for not making quota. Vanessa had already left her corporate marketing job and started an Etsy store, where her travel products were taking off. “We wanted to be captains of our own ship and see where we could go,” says Jeswani.
That business became Nomad Lane, a brand that sells travel bags online. In 2020, it generated just under $1 million in annual revenue, which it took in almost entirely in the first three months of the year, before Covid hit, after reaching $3 million in 2019. The
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