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Kim Kardashian West’s businesses ranked in order of success.


If there’s one thing that everyone can agree on when it comes to Kim Kardashian, it’s that she’s serious about her businesses. Sure, you may question whether she’s had cosmetic body enhancements or whether her famous physique is the result of a strict exercise regime. You could argue about whether she’s a feminist icon or the embodiment of unrealistic ideals. But one thing you cannot deny is her entrepreneurial spirit. 

I’m biased – I love Kim with my whole soul – but even before she burst onto the reality TV scene on E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians, she was busy running Dash, a clothing boutique she co-founded with her sisters Kourtney and Khloe in 2006. Since then, she’s built a global empire that spans multiple industries, from gaming to beauty to publishing, amassing billions of dollars of revenue and over 700 international trademarks. Oh, and all the while, she was bringing up a family of four children. Surely, that’s pretty impressive by anyone’s terms?

That’s not to say she hasn’t done some dubious deals along the way and there’s no doubt that some of her business ventures have been better than others. Take the Kardashian Kard in partnership with MasterCard that Kim and her sisters launched in 2010 – a preloaded debit card that was swiftly taken off the market after heavy criticism of sky-high fees. Then there was Kimono, the predecessor to Kim’s shapewear brand Skims, which caused global outrage due to the appropriation of the Japanese word. 

However, as any great entrepreneur would, Kim has proved herself adaptable, tenacious and resilient, learning from her failures and coming back stronger. In fact, just this week it was announced that Kim’s shapewear business SKIMS had doubled in value to a whopping $3.2billion just nine months after Forbes declared her billionaire status. 

We’ve rounded all of her business ventures up and ranked them in order of greatness, because, quite frankly, it’s not bad for a girl with no talent. 



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