Sam Tabar Invests in THINX to Support Their Undergarments Business and Campaign

Tabar is a renowned attorney and a capital tactician who possesses a vast experience as a legal council. He has wholeheartedly supported a kick starter company, THINX by investing in it. THINX is an undergarments company specializing in designer underwear so as to help women in menstruation issues and confidence. Women in Africa and America are assisted to be part of Tabar’s investment portfolio through THINX. When a person buys two of the undergarments, some reusable cloth sanitary pads will be provided to the women in Africa through AFRIpads to ensure that they don’t miss their daily activities. The company started as a campaign, but they are now able to provide several styles of fashionable garments that function well as underwear.

Most women do not know or do not have the means to manage their menstrual flow and might opt to stay at home rather than carrying on their daily activities. THINX’s campaign is probing to resolve this problem. Sam Tabar applauded Antonia and Miki who are the brains behind the great products that are bringing a difference to others. He added that for every purchase, a Ugandan woman gets about seven reusable cloth pads through AFRIpads.

Some mutual friends introduced Sam to Antonia and Miki and even though he was not looking for any investment at that moment, he got interested in their business model. THINX has succeeded in their initial campaign and is currently offering their products through their website in wholesale and retail.

About Sam Tabar

Tabar is a well-known attorney and a capital tactician who graduate from Oxford University and Columbia Law School before starting his career as an associate. He has served in different working environments such as Slater, Skadden, Meagher & Flom LLP and Arps as an associate. Tabar worked in SPARX Group and Bank of America holding management positions and carrying out diverse roles between 2004 and 2013 when he went back to the legal field. He joined Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP where he served as a senior associate until August 2014 when he left the firm.