Frill Clothing is an ecommerce company founded by an Indian-American husband and wife team. The couple originally started out making prom dresses, but now they have expanded into everyday wear, as well. They sell their dresses online, take your measurements, and create custom designs for you. They also donate to organizations like Make-a-Wish Foundation. Their goal is to grow their business and eventually expand to a bridal line.
Originally, Frill Clothing began as recruitment clothing for sorority girls in college. In the three years since it was founded, the company has grown from a small start-up to a full-fledged company. Founders Kate Steadman and Sharon Bui have already earned $400,000 since their first sale, and the company’s success has only increased from there.
The two women are now seeking investment to grow their company. Their goal is to raise $100,000 and obtain 20% ownership in the company. The company has made headlines by offering to donate a portion of its profits to Make-A-Wish Foundation. In fact, the two women have been dreaming of a Shark Tank appearance for the past four years. They have practiced their sales pitch hundreds of times and have a detailed plan for handling the Sharks’ questions.
Since Barb and Kevin invested in Frill, the company has taken a more modern approach to its image. The business now offers a website that allows sorority girls to order online and request samples online. It also offers resources for hosting sorority parties online. It also sells graphic t-shirts and has a strong social media presence.
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