Solving the problem of waste for the $1.7 trillion global fashion industry
WOVN was built from scratch in the Founders Factory Studio, by Founders Julia Brucher and Lindsay Trombley.
Whilst in the studio, WOVN pivoted from a platform enabling influencers to create their own fashion collections to a demand prediction model for brands, on a mission to help brands increase sell through and reduce waste.
Since launch, WOVN have partnered with brands including Triumph, In the Frow and Little Dots and are now working with M&S on another pilot to test their new range. WOVN also hired a top grad from M&S as a secondee for 9 months to support business development. With these successes under their belt, Julia and Lindsay are looking to expand to the US and beyond.
Where they are now
An industry leading advisor
We introduced Julia and Lindsay to a high-profile fashion guru, who now formally advises them on their business's future.
WOVN gained a top graduate secondee from the M&S Enterprise Programme, significantly expanding the company's business development capacity.
With leading fashion brands
With improvements to the sales process, as well as improved targeting, the team were able to expand the pipeline to 100+ fashion brands and retailers.
"Being part of Founders Factory has been a fundamental element in our success every step of the way. The team is world-class, and their support has been invaluable, both in terms of hands-on assistance and coaching. They've helped us smash through more obstacles than we can count. We're so happy that we made the decision to come here, and we would do it again in a heartbeat."
Julia Brucher & Lindsay Trombley, Co-FoundersVisit WOVN
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Nick Torday, CEO
"Being part of the FF program has been central to our growth and we’ve been supported by great people. It’s been an incredibly positive experience and we absolutely recognise we got to where we are because we’ve had a great group around us to challenge us to think bigger and shape our business. We would recommend wholeheartedly"