The fashion firm Brava Fabrics, Born in 2015 by Ramón Barbero and Iván Monells and popular for its printed shirts and t-shirts, closes a round of financing of close to €360,000 through La Bolsa Social. On this occasion, the round stands out for being the first intervention of the Impact Angels Club, the first private investment club, promoted by Bolsa Social, which places impact at the center of its strategy. The club’s mission is simple: make impact investing universal among business angels.
We are very satisfied because this round responds to a change in the investment thesis, where in addition to betting on profit, our partners are betting on social and environmental change. It is not only a success for Brava but for all responsible brands.
Ramón Barbero, CEO and Co-Founder of Brava Fabrics.
The campaign carried out in Bolsa Social It’s been a round of consolidation. Thus, the capital will be used mainly to continue reforming its sales channels and optimizing its logistics processes.
Brava Fabrics, the key to success in omnichannel
The company was born with the aim of supporting the ecological transition of this sector from creativity and originality, betting on garments in which, from the fabrics to the buttons, including labels and packaging, they have certifications that ensure their minimum impact. environment, but in which the design has a fundamental weight.
Their business model consists of designing textile garments that they manufacture through their supplier network (most of the production is centralized in Portugal) and then market. Although they started out selling their products solely through the Internet, they soon realized that the key to success was omnichannel. Today, in addition to its online store, its products are sold in 30 marketplaces such as Amazon or Zalando, in 200 multi-brand stores and in its two physical stores in Madrid and Barcelona.