Winstead's Mauri Miller Receives Mayor's Emerging Entrepreneurial Award of Prestige


Besides practicing corporate law, Winstead associate Mauri Miller is an entrepreneur at heart.  Founder of two e-commerce startups, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard recently awarded Mauri the Mayor’s Emerging Entrepreneurial Award of Prestige.  Mauri recently relocated to Dallas after accepting a position with Winstead. 

Mauri sold his first company (health and beauty industry) after finding his passion for fashion and starting Measured Success Custom Clothing. Measured Success is an online custom clothier that allows customers an opportunity to look their best through custom tailored suits and other business wear. 

After experiencing the custom clothing difference for himself, Mauri found that there were limited options for those who wanted quality clothing that fit well. He quickly grew frustrated with buying off-the-rack clothing and then spending hundreds more for alterations. Drawing upon the experience gained from his first company, Mauri researched suppliers, logistics and product catalogs and officially launched Measured Success.  Click here to learn more about the intuitive and user friendly Web site.

The award from Indianapolis’ Mayor Ballard was for his great work in building a company that benefits professionals and provides a unique service to customers.  In addition to being honored by the Mayor, Mauri also recently became a father.  Mauri and his wife, Ashley, welcomed their first son Logan Charles Miller on July 30, 2015.

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