Sam Tabar Explores the Children’s Fashion Industry While Serving as Chief Financial Officer at Awearable Apparel
Sam Tabar began exploring the undergarment industry in 2015 when he included small start-up company, THINX in his investment portfolio. He continues his journey to explore the industry now that he is serving as chief financial officer at Awearable Apparel, a manufacturer of children’s safety clothes. The manufacturing company is in its beginning stage of organization and operations of producing garments with safety devices built in for young children. One of the best features of the garment is its technology that alerts parents and guardians in the event children wander and become lost. Tabar is responsible for raising funds and pursuing the business strategy of Awearable Apparel.
Awearable and THINX are both manufacturing and designing companies of garments that meet the needs of children, girls, and women. According to iCrowd Newswire, Awearable made the announcement Sam Tabar is the new CFO on November 10th, 2016. These safety clothes for children use technology that don’t require a digital phone nor subscription to a paid service for alertness, a cost-efficient benefit for parents. Sam became involved with THINX after meeting the designers and learning the company’s philanthropy initiatives to help women and young girls in Africa.
Sam Tabar is known in New York City as an advisor, attorney, investor, executive leader, and philanthropist. Last year, he was elected by Ibrahim Al Husseini to serve as the chief operating officer of FullCycle Energy Fund. His role is to generate equity capital to build power plants that reduce waste in landfills and provide economical electricity and syngas. He attracts limited partners to invest into Sonova projects by providing advice on investment opportunities, capital preservation, and yielding profits.
Tabar has years of experience as an attorney and practicing capital market laws nationally and internationally. His latest endeavor is becoming the chief financial officer of Awearable Apparel. He continues to serve as CFO and COO at the children’s clothing manufacturing company and FullCycle Energy Fund, as well as manages his own investment portfolio, which includes various companies, such as THINX.