When Sam Tabar was introduced to the business model of THINX, he was intrigued. He was not thinking of investing in anything new at the time, but he was persuaded to invest when he heard about the business model that was being used. This was first reported by PR Newswire, and it is a worthy company you may want to look into.
THINX is a company that sells fashionable underwear to women in America who are dealing menstruation and incontinence. However, their business model does not stop there. When a woman in America purchases just one pair of their underwear, a woman in Africa is given seven reusable pads through the AFRIpads program.
Women in Africa often do not have enough resources to deal with their menstruation, and they must stay at home or miss school. With the program from THINX, Sam believes that many women and girls all over Africa will be able to manage their businesses, take care of their families and go back to school. This is a worthwhile cause that is going to make it easier for women and girls to deal with a problem that once made them untouchable. THINX and AFRIpads are changing the way that women approach their menstruation every month.