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We love these stories of the little guy taking on the giants pop and designed stylish and colorful office supplies hoping.
To take aim at the big boys like Staples and Office Depot we just -- -- on when they launched back in September they have grown exponentially and now.
They're giving back to the community get ready to -- the like button during this segment if you wanna help build a school joining me now on a Fox Business exclusive interview.
Is possible CEO of -- -- allow and again.
Right now I want this up there.
FaceBook dot com slash pop indirect and every time somebody -- the -- button you will donate what a dollar to what.
One dollar to a charity they were working with called pencils of promise.
And every 25000 dollars allows us to build a school in an underdeveloped country -- our goal is to open our first going Guatemala.
It only takes 25000 likes for pop -- be able to do that.
And we're announcing today that we've commit you know at least 100000 dollars to pencils of promise to help build four schools in the coming year.
Okay here's what amazes me about you guys.
You're trying to build your own business and now -- suddenly got a corporate conscience that is until it's just good business to be doing something like this.
So we think it's great business you know we obviously aspire to be the size of the Staples in the office Max is an office Depot's.
And if we wanna have good social conscious when -- that size we believe it's gotta be your DNA from him before you launch the company.
So even prior to our launch in September we were donating these types of products.
To the -- mission and to material for the arts and putting these products in the hands of students that they can use them.
And then we came to the realization that not every.
Child has a place to go to school and learn so that led to the second half of our strategy okay.
Can't -- -- 5500.
Likes right now.
I need you to go on FaceBook dot com slash -- an end and then a dollar for every single one let's talk about the products because.
People are gonna get on there and see that these -- office supplies unlike any other so much so that corporate offices at Chanel.
Calvin Klein J.
Crew even the corporate -- is a target have bought these products because.
Know that they're just they're just putting a twist on office supplies which could be so boring tell me about the growth of -- company since we last saw you.
-- so we are an online only company right now so -- loss of pop and dot com back in September.
Tom and we've seen sales -- financially we're not ready to report our revenue numbers that's going to be.
A big story we'll announce the few in Q1 along with us some -- -- after first you'll have a fraction of that I ask -- but we've about we've.
You know we don't just referred ourselves office supply we really refer -- ourselves -- work style we wanna bring style to all the places where you do work.
Which includes you know the traditional office supplies like the one you're holding there traditional and yet this is one of your best sellers right now the custom.
If -- personalized and monogram notebooks.
We begin to introduce things like picture frames for the desk in moving into tote bags and other works -- -- -- to bring fashion and design into the places that you do work.
In the colors of the rainbow by the -- -- today you brought blue white and pink but you will customize this people could go on do their whole office in the right color I can see why.
All of the style companies like Calvin Klein J.
Crew -- Alaron to this but.
What's your biggest challenge.
In stealing business away from the big boys.
I think right now the biggest challenges is awareness and that's what we're trying to do you know talking -- folks like you are trying to get the name out there because people realize.
That for the same price is buying -- -- -- stuff.
You can buy beautiful stuff and and you don't have to accept the fact your office just has -- -- -- -- that you can actually economy doing from where you stand how many orders and you can -- and frankly given given the that was so small and so -- the effects of the economy in -- six accounting revenue -- right through that just because of the and our our.
Her current size.
Guess what the lights are coming -- I'm hearing right now the dozens and dozens of view out there are going on FaceBook dot com slash started happening again you can actually help build a school.
We think small businesses are amazing.
And businesses that give back remains in good to see you thank you very much it meant to say happy birthday to my troops and -- just did happy birthday okay.
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Randy -- allow of pop and my.
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