John and Kasha, cofounders of Bohn Jsell were both working full-time jobs trying to make their goal of launching Bohn Jsell feasible. John had been designing and producing all their garments which was hindering their ability to scale. After discovering N.A.bld, they met their manufacturing partner and have been able to grow the business with pre-sales and on-demand production. Their newfound scalability got them ready to partake in an N.A.bld partner live see-now-buy-now fashion show and move into wholesale opportunities.
When graduating from design school, Meghan could not find help to take the next step. When she heard about N.A.bld at a senior review, she joined immediately and launched her brand. She made sales, had a site to sell her work, and stored her product info in her online tech packs. She was put in touch with manufacturers and had the chance to participate in opportunities like a pre-sale event at Lord & Taylor. The total value to Meghan has been over $50K and since joining over 5 years ago, she's been able to focus on promoting my brand, most recently dressing celebs like Kacey Musgraves.
Amanda has a degree in Advertising from Boston University and a degree in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design. She has worked as a fashion designer for DVF and Richie Rich. She head designed and managed a line that made it to the finals of London Fashion week in its first season. Amanda is Forbes 30 Under 30 for Retail and E-commerce 2016, Apparel Magazine’s 30 Under 30 2017, and the National Retail Federation’s Person Changing Retail’s Future 2018.
Gemma has a background in Venture Capital, strategic consulting at Booz Allen Hamilton, advertising at Ogilvy and Mather and SMB consulting. Gemma completed her undergraduate education at the University of Rochester. Gemma is Forbes 30 Under 30 for Retail and E-commerce 2016, Apparel Magazine’s 30 Under 30 2017, and the National Retail Federation’s Person Changing Retail’s Future 2018.