Episode 37: Ministry of Supply CEO and Co-Founder, Aman Advani

We are joined by Aman Advani — the CEO and Co-founder of Ministry of Supply. This episode truly represents the intersection of technology and fashion — literally weaving technology into the fabric we wear. Does the name ‘Ministry of Supply” sound slightly familiar? If you are a James Bond fan, it should.

Ministry of Supply

We started Ministry of Supply to solve a common problem: Dress clothes are stiff, stuffy, and high-maintenance. Born out of MIT in 2012, our mission is to engineer sharp, high-performing, comfortable clothes. By understanding your body in motion and using innovative materials, we are inventing apparel that’s sweat proof, highly stretchable, and machine washable — dress clothes you actually want to wear.

Our Namesake: You know Q from Bond? He’s based on a real person, named Charles Fraser Smith, who designed gadgetry and clothing for the British Special Ops. We’re inspired by Q, the ultimate empathetic inventor, creating gear for people on a mission. His cover? Our namesake, Ministry of Supply.

Check out Ministry of Supply for yourself!

About Aman Advani

Aman Advani is Co-founder and CEO of Ministry of Supply, a clothing brand inventing a new category: Performance Professional — performance dress clothes. The company was founded in 2012 with the mission to incorporate 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, Advani 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 and was a member of Forbes 30 under 30 list.

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