London, United Kingdom – If anyone understands the challenges behind starting a new business, it’s OloBird. They are a certified tech startup (and pending B-Corporation) bringing a revolutionary change to the fashion manufacturing industry. In short, OloBird was formed with a clear vision: to help other businesses get off the ground and accelerate their growth. For small businesses just starting out, OloBird is their generous patron in numerous ways – providing them with a “Design to Delivery” service they need to serve their customers well.
OloBird has partnerships with over 100 factories and international fashion brands with a production capacity reaching 3.5 million. These 100+ factories manufacture apparel for brands including LuluLemon, H&M, Giorgio Armani, Boss, Zara, Puma, Primark, and many others. OloBird handles all of their partner’s designs, manufacturing, sampling and shipping needs – and at a fraction of the cost too.
With OloBird’s procurement of affordable resources and ethical manufacturing practices, fashion brands are able to make their resources go further than ever. This is due to OloBird launching a brand new sourcing platform which offers small and medium sized fashion brands end-to-end sourcing services with:
No Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) requirement – 1 unit or 1 million units are available
Super fast production lead times (as quick as 14 days)
Fully customizable solutions according to the brands’ needs
Dedicated managers to personally handle each brand
Customer service available 24/7
50% discount on DHL deliveries
As OloBird’s CEO, Ahnaf Shah, puts it, “we understand how vital it is for fashion SMB to start off little and work their way towards bigger stock orders. With our affordable, one-stop solutions, we help ensure that their entrepreneurial dreams are within easy reach.” We can take Shah’s word for it too as he and the company’s co-founder, Marciha Musharat, completed their higher education at the University of Cambridge, London School of Economics, King’s College London, and Imperial College London. As such, OloBird is now a part of the Fashion District network of the University of Arts London and their entrepreneurial ventures are sponsored by the University of Cambridge and Imperial College London.
Not only do OloBird’s manufacturing practices and shipping solutions help small businesses learn to fly, but they are also good for the environment. OloBird promotes the use of 100% eco-friendly materials in all their fashion designs and samples, including organic cotton, recycled polyester and viscose. All OloBird products are also OEKO-TEX certified.
OloBird’s ethical company vision and stellar credentials speak for themselves. When it comes to helping small businesses and fashion brands to make a name for themselves while having a minimal environmental impact, OloBird is a cut above the rest.
OloBird strives to empower small and emerging apparel and fashion businesses by giving them access to affordable ethical, flexible, and stress-free manufacturing resources. Their resources include access to manufacturing with reputable LEED-certified manufacturers, acceptance of no minimum order quantity and full in-service shipment support.
Media ContactCompany Name: OloBirdContact Person: Marciha MusharatEmail: Send EmailCountry: United KingdomWebsite: https://olobird.com