“Forbes” announced this week that Sophia, gallas sixth consecutive years become the world’s highest ratings actress, thanks to her in the ABC series “Modern Family” (Modern Family) characters, a longtime Cover Girl (Cover Girl), the role of, recently is lingerie and women’s clothing brand EBY based order. But Vergara’s new company isn’t just to make money: actresses and entrepreneurs aim to empower women through the company. EBY, in fact, ten percent of the users of the net sales will give Seven Bar foundation, the foundation through microfinance to help poor women to become business owners and entrepreneurs, to help poor women promotion.
“Over the past decade, I have been able to develop my ideas into a successful business. “I would like to be able to pass it on to other women who need it,” he said in a statement. “I want to be able to offer women entrepreneurial tools as a way out of poverty. EBY USES its microfinance model to do just that. There’s nothing sexier than being your own boss. ”
Seven Bar fund loans range from $80 to a woman in India to start fish stall, at Etsy’s start-up, at $2,600 in the United States. Here, belgara opens up the inspiration behind her, her favorite style and how microfinance can be a new way to give something back.
What gave you the idea to start EBY?
When I came to my place with my underwear business, my partner, renata black, gave me the idea. I wasn’t really looking for lingerie, but I did tell her to send me underwear. I tried. I fell in love with them. I do think it’s a different type of underwear, because when I tried, I noticed that it did everything she said. They don’t roll up or stretch after washing, or do weird things like give you a muffin top, they’re super comfortable. So, I said: “ok, let’s sit down and talk about”, and then she tell me the name of the Seven Bar Foundation organization, she thought if we sell underwear, we can give a percentage to empower women worldwide through microfinance for their business. So, I think it’s great, because we’re going to do business, we’re going to help women do business — it’s perfect, I can’t say no. We hope to join this website is very easy and fun. You can get this box every month or two, whether you decide, or a few pieces of underwear or how much you want, it’s like giving yourself a small gift. And you’re essentially giving a gift, because we gave the Seven Bar foundation a tenth of the net profit. I’m happy to give back. And you’re essentially giving a gift, because we gave the Seven Bar foundation a tenth of the net profit. I’m happy to give back. And you’re essentially giving gifts, because we gave the Seven Bar foundation a tenth of the net profit. I’m happy to give back.
How is EBY different from other lingerie brands?
Studies have shown that women buy underwear at least four times a year, and often they just grab a pile of underwear without knowing what their body looks like. By EBY, you can get the basics, which we usually use, but if you want to be more interesting, you can use some type of print, if you like. We launch a print every month, and this month’s earnings will go to a particular country. For example, this month’s earnings will be handed over to women in Colombia, where we design this month’s engraving of orchids in Copenhagen. We’ve decided that what happens this month, we’re going to give some of our earnings to women in the United States to start businesses. Hopefully we can go all over the world and do that.