GetBullish began in 2010 as an advice column by Jennifer Dziura about women, careers, and entrepreneurship. As the column gained fans around the world, it was followed by an annual conference, now in its sixth year – and a capsule collection of feminist-focused totes, mugs, and accessories.
As the brand grew, the product collection did as well, and Jennifer discovered that writing funny, trenchant slogans was at least as gratifying as writing articles. One night she printed a keychain with "We will dance on the graves of the patriarchy and drink the bitter tears of mediocre men" – and a little bit of history was made as thousands of women have snatched up those keychains and gifted them to friends.
As the product line expands, GetBullish is introducing new items for unisex audiences and anyone who likes wordy, snarky gifts.
GetBullish makes its home in Industry City, a campus of reimagined warehouses and studios on the Brooklyn waterfront. The company is 100% woman owned and operated.