LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30, 2019
America's largest social selling women's apparel retailer drives leadership amid U.K. expansion.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The largest American direct-sales women's fashion brand, cabi, will sponsor the Destined for Bigger Things women's conference taking place on International Women's Day, 8 March, in Windsor, United Kingdom. As part of their expansion across the U.K., this conference is seen as a perfect collaboration; designed to inspire, ignite, and empower women. Destined for Bigger Things seamlessly aligns with the personal growth ethos of the Los Angeles-based brand.
Having recently launched in the U.K., cabi is aligning with businesses that empower women in their careers, which perfectly syncs with their desire to provide women a flexible opportunity to be in control of their financial future through owning and running a fashion business while contributing meaningfully to the lives of women around the world.
The founding group of female entrepreneurs (called "Stylists", also known as the Pioneer Development Team) have successfully launched cabi in the U.K. and are now inviting entrepreneurial women to join them in styling women throughout the region. The Pioneer Development Team is a small, diverse group of women from England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland with a variety of professional backgrounds and experiences:
"We are thrilled to have this outstanding group of smart, energetic, and fun women from different backgrounds leading cabi's expansion in the U.K. and identifying like-minded partnership opportunities in the market, like the 'Destined for Bigger Things' conference," said Lynne Coté, CEO of cabi. "Cabi's unique career opportunity, in which a woman is able to define her own success, has appealed to thousands of American women, and we look forward to supporting U.K. women as they develop their own fulfilling and lucrative entrepreneurial careers with cabi."
"In this highly challenged retail environment, U.K. cabi Stylists are bringing an unparalleled designer collection to women in a fresh and convenient way, whether it's through personal one-on-one appointments, curated pop-up boutiques in the home, or through cabi Tap, our cutting-edge app," said cabi President, Co-Founder & Chief Culture Officer Kimberly Inskeep. "For almost 20 years, 85 percent of U.S. Stylists return each season to serve their clients through personal styling. This loyalty to the brand goes beyond a Collection that perfectly fits each woman's unique style, it is also in large part due to the collaborative culture and company commitment to affecting lives through enduring relationships."
Since launching in the U.K., and amidst a challenging retail environment, cabi Stylists have been successfully impacting women's lives in powerful numbers:
More and more women around the world crave a personalised experience when finding their own personal style and wardrobe, allowing them to fully embrace the woman they are. Cabi provides women across the U.S., Canada, and U.K. with a styling experience that does just that, by providing an ideal shopping alternative to the retail, online, and subscription experiences, all in the comfort of a home. For more information about cabi, visit www.cabionline.uk.
Launched in 2002, cabi provides a designer women's clothing collection and is the nation's largest social selling apparel company. The brand has since become known for its unparalleled quality provided through a unique shopping experience, and network of U.S., Canadian, and U.K. cabi Stylists who form a tight-knit community of collaboration. Cabi's shopping experience is filled with educational and personalised styling ideas and gives Stylists an opportunity to be entrepreneurs in a career that affords a lucrative income, flexible lifestyle, and rich relationships with like-minded women. With a firm foundation of success, cabi is poised to spread their creed "affecting lives through relationship" even further, transforming the lives of women across the globe through their business, and also through their W.E. are cabi Program, which provides small business loans for women in the developing world through Opportunity International.