Sam Tabar Announces Involvement in THINX Program For Women

Posted in Business Growth on Dec 10, 2015

Business professionals and capital strategists, like Sam Tabar who can be found on LinkedIn, are constantly adding to their portfolio. In January of 2015, Tabar added a new startup company called THINX. This company helps women both in Africa and America with menstruation and incontinence, two very private matters. The fashionable underwear company purchases underwear for those who are of indigent backgrounds. They have a pad in the center that is removable and reusable. Many women, especially those in Africa, would miss work or school during these periods because of their monthly menstruation cycle. Now, through the help of Tabar’s company, they can resume life as normal.

There are five styles available to these completely functional undergarments. Tabar has a proven track record that gives him the confidence in the fact that THINX is distinct in respect to its business model. It encourages people to help with global issues and give back by making a small purchase. Antonia and Miki are the masterminds behind these products. Each purchase that is made through a donor allows a woman in countries like Uganda to get gifted with seven pairs of washable and reusable underwear. These women can leave their home and go to school or work providing for their families. This is imperative in third world countries where poverty is an epidemic.

Things are not the same in Africa as they are in America. Women there don’t have the money or resources to manage their menstruation effectively. They have no other choice but to stay home and take care of their business in private. Sam Tabar is an expert when it comes to the investment market, and provides many of his own tips, which is why he is one of the heads on this campaign. He utilized legal counsel from Sparx Group, as well as Merrill Lynch for financing. Tabar is a lawyer in prominent standing in New York. He graduated from both Oxford University, as well as Columbia Law School. He is known for his work in the hedge fund world with big shots like Meagher & Flom and Arps. Before his THINX campaign, he was the senior associate for Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP.

Mutual friends introduced Tabar and the women behind the THINX program. He wasn’t really interested in doing any investments at the time, but their business model caught his attention. They used crowdfunding to kick start the campaign and bring in some much-needed financing. Though they are just in the inception, this company promises to bring great things to those women in need.

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