Making it Work: Direct approach pays off for high-end fashion firm
After changing its business model to weather the pandemic, Malena has now signed a contract with global nappy brand Pureborn
Most people associate Malena, a business founded in 2015 by sisters Malindi and Elena Demery, with high-end fashion. But the successful firm, which is known for bringing the popular Freddy Jeans brand to Ireland, has just signed a contract with Pureborn, a global nappy brand with an eco-friendly ethos.
It marks a new direction for Malena, which has agreements with 160 retailers and has served tens of thousands of customers directly through its online platform. It...
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