Crowdfunded Clothing in Wamda

The lovely Tina Ghanim wrote up a piece for Wamda on why we choose to crowdfund our collections: “Because we commission the women per piece, it is better to see our demand for the collection, and it helps the women artisans plan their time better too as it takes them a while to make it,” Husseini said.  The experience is highly personalized: once a customer places an order on the crowdfunding site, they are contacted directly by the Taita Leila team - Husseini and a colleague who is a touch point for the women making the clothes - to ask details about size and preferred color.  “Because we are a new brand, is hard to get customers to trust our...

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Taita Leila in Arab press!

This week has seen Taita Leila feature in a few online Arab publications. Noora, founder and Chief Grandchild of Taita Leila, talks to the Emirati news outlet The National about the inspiration and the women behind our concept. In business news, Work Factory, the coworking space where we have our office, is profiled in Wamda. Read up about it why we love it here. In another article on Wamda, we talk about crowdfunding, with tips to make sure that raising money in this way is successful. More articles are coming out soon! Since we are always up to something, stay in-the-know by subscribing to our newsletter!

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