Carly Burson has a vision.
She wants to empower the lives of marginalized women, while also changing how the fashion industry operates.
You see, Carly is the founder of Tribe Alive, a company that employs impoverished women in developing countries - putting their hand-crafted products on the global marketplace, and giving them access to training, safe working conditions, and a reliable income.
Not only does the Tribe-Alive model directly improve the lives of the women making these beautiful products, but it empowers the consumer making each purchase, as well.
Inspired to create the business after adopting her beautiful daughter from Ethiopia, Carly has merged countless years of experience in the fashion industry with a commitment to running a socially-conscious, purpose-driven business.
Needless to say: her ethical business model is WORKING. Last month, Carly celebrated just one year of business with a beautiful new Fall Line, and is now working with artisanal partners in six different countries. What's more, Tribe Alive has announced recent collaborations with FabFitFun, Clementine Daily, and Filter of Hope (among others!). We were also thrilled to include Tribe Alive's beautiful artisan bracelets in our #SheForShe campaign giveaways.
Read on to learn how Carly built Tribe-Alive into a successful enterprise, plus more about its global impact, in this week’s Solopreneur feature interview!
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