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Rent that run might at this -- that fashion industry enabling average woman to Wear a high end brands -- fraction of the cost certainly gave you an inside look into this building business and find out why did I have to.
I've always been the type of girl that when I put on an amazing but I felt like I could take on the world.
And I thought why can't we all Wear the same way that we see on celebrities and -- on the red carpet and how about Cinderella moment.
Without the concept is simple and it allows women to rent dresses accessories and handbags and 90% off retail -- And -- -- to play designer dress up it's.
Catching nine nationwide had nearly four million members in just over in half here is how we attack the numbers this -- -- additional.
-- -- -- really has come from word of -- over 65%.
Of our members.
Tell us that they heard about -- runway for a friend some of the biggest names in this venture capital business are investing in the -- until.
Cities printer -- has raised more than sixteen million dollars.
I think it's -- -- a track record of growth and a track record of six -- I think -- venture capitalists well in bass in the business if they see that there's going to be huge return.
And we've tapped into a market that is enormous and we're democratizing.
The idea that he -- anyone rent away from having -- all we defined in cash and and -- -- in the way women shop for retail.
We're giving the mass market access.
To these luxury brands that were all taught to aspire -- And the average American woman gets dressed up for about eighteen occasions per year yeah.
So for a few of those occasions can be rental occasions this is a multi billion dollar opportunity in front differently -- young e-commerce.
The company opened its first children less than one year we have done something quite interesting whether they're written on that it isn't -- -- concept.
What we do -- invite.
Prior customers -- currently and we utilized picture of the ways to reward sound and capitalize their oil.
And -- the friendly and happy -- only business positioned to benefit from women looking and Smart and staying stylish.
The status is exposing women high end brands the health department -- attract business armpits.
Access to designer fashion.
What we're doing is we're introducing these designer brands younger women and so that they didn't care what they don't want it would.
-- -- -- these young women with otherwise good.
Defending their hundred dollars and Tara Brady -- -- -- some kind of address that they were only gonna -- one.
Fast growing companies don't know kind of -- out determined to keep attracting new fashion -- remember.
Your fifth at the beginning of the -- -- and if -- were only three and a half years old.
I -- focused on the here and now in the moment and we have so much.
Growth should do just with the concept that we had today cell.
I don't know what's gonna happen in the future but I just want to make sure that we grow as quickly over the next few years we have over the last.
Partnering with over a 170.
Designers and 3.5 million man right.
Back to front like -- and I -- that fashion industry getting averaged around an affordable accessible to three hot.
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