What do you do when your company has grown 1,900 percent in four years—faster than any other woman-owned company in the world? If you’re Thirty-One Gifts Founder and CEO Cindy Monroe, you set your sights on a bigger target and empower as many women as possible along the way.
As Monroe recently told The Business Journals site bizwomen.com, her current goal is to become a billion-dollar company. To build Thirty-One, Monroe is keeping a firm grasp on what has already made the company a success: offering women products that meet their needs and a significant income opportunity.
“I want to make sure that I always stay true to helping our U.S. consultants stay profitable and that it’s real income,” Monroe shared. “It’s not about the size of the company we are, and for me, it’s not even about the bottom line. It’s about helping these women.”
According to The Columbus Dispatch, Monroe resumed her role as president this month following the retirement of Thirty-One President Andy Neri. Formerly COO at Thirty-One, Neri stepped into the role of president in 2012. Monroe had previously served as both president and CEO.