JustFab expansion continues into France and Spain
American shoe subscription service JustFab has entered the French and Spanish markets by the acquisition of French company The Fab Shoes, whose site will undergo rebranding in July.
Thanks to its customised styling service, The Fab Shoes managed to garner 600,000 members in France and Spain and each month clocks one million unique visits. Founded in 2012 by Pablo Szefner, Xisco de la Calle and Benjamin Brun, The Fab Shoes is run by a team of 12 people. Along with the acquisition comes a change of company colours and hierarchy: Pablo Szefner will take on the role of managing director for France and Spain and Xisco de la Calle will become vice-president of operations for Europe. Benjamin Brun will be in charge of marketing for Southern Europe.
JustFab, whose turnover has surpassed 100 million dollars, is looking to pass the 250 million mark by the end of the year, with growth fueled not only by expansion into new markets (JustFab recently launched in the UK and Germany) but of products as well. Be it children’s wear or fashion, non-shoe sales currentl equate to 30% of JustFab’s turnover. The company’s goal? To dress its 15 million members from head to toe.
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