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Fashion firm Xehar launches new mobile shopping app
Jun '17
Courtesy: Xehar
Courtesy: Xehar
Xehar, a US-based fashion forward company that offers personally styled plus-sized outfits, has announced the development of their new Xehar mobile shopping app. The mobile technology saves numerous hours of shopping excursions, will provide great outfits from head to toe, and will result in countless monetary savings for plus-sized customers.

Xehar’s popularity with the plus-sized millennial market, and their forward thinking business model, has gained the attention of massive online retailers like Overstock and Walmart, which now both carry the Xehar clothing fashion lines. Product offerings on the Xehar app include professional style, casual, active wear, evening wear, shoes, and accessories.

Xehar is seeking $4,000,000 in funding to build out the web-based Xehar Marketplace e-commerce platform and develop the mobile enabled on-demand Xehar shopping application. The sales and distribution infrastructure of both the website and application are designed to maximise the back-end connections to distributors who have excess inventory and supply.

Hadari Oshri, founder and CEO of Xehar said, “It is not easy to create a stylish outfit, as finding all the right pieces at the same time is a big pain point for shoppers. There is a desperate need for an easier way to piece together fashion items and the new Xehar app addresses this problem.”

Shin Anderson, Xehar development manager said, “We have spent months talking with our clients and brainstorming ideas to make the shopping experience through our app faster and more affordable. Our team is building out the best ideas into the app, with aim to change how people shop.” (GK)

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