When he was introduced to two women, the owners of THINX, Sam Tabar was instantly attracted to their business model. To this end, the capital strategist added the kick-starter company to his investment portfolio. THINX focuses on supporting the less advantaged women in Africa.
The organization offers fashionable undergarments that provide women with the much-needed comfort during their menstrual period. Every purchase of their products helps the company to provide reusable cloth sanitary pads to the underprivileged women.
AFRIpads supplies these products to women in Africa. Notably, these women often miss work or school since they cannot afford to purchase sanitary pads. Sam believes that through THINX, people can learn the concept of giving back to the community and focus on global issues.
According to Angel.co, Sam Tabar praised Antonia and Mikki for the great work that they are doing with their products. He explained that every purchase of the fashionable underwear provides seven reusable pads for a woman in Africa. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sam_Tabar_Picture.jpg
The company, which succeeded through a kick-starter campaign, offers five fashionable styles of the undergarments in wholesale distribution. They have an interactive website.
Sam Tabar is a prominent attorney based in New York City. He is an alumnus of the prestigious Oxford University. He is also a graduate of Columbia Law School where he worked as an Associate Editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.
In 2001, he joined one of the leading law firms in the world, Skadden, Arps, Slater and Meagher & Flom LLP, to render his services as an associate.
Through his practice, he was able to offer clients professional consultancy services on investment management agreement, hedge fund formation and structure, side letters, regulatory and compliance issues, private placement memoranda and employment issues.
Later, he worked as a managing director and Co-Head of Business Development at Sparx Group’s PMA Investments. After a successful career at PMA, Tabar joined the Bank of America Merrill Lynch’ Asia-Pacific region in 2011, as the director and chief capital strategist.
As part of his duties, Sam Tabar established a supplemental rolodex of more than 1,250 institutional investors. He also worked as a senior associate for Schulte & Zabel LLP where he advised on hedge fund formation and structure. Sam is also affiliated with Adanac and Verboten.