Akil Desai, the founder of Jubbas.com, has received the Fusion Awards’ 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year award at a special ceremony that took place at the King George’s Hall in Blackburn. The evening, which honored the best and brightest in Asian business, highlighted the work of the North West’s charity workers and volunteers, in addition to its entrepreneurs.
Since 2012, when Desai rebranded his family’s Desai Brothers firm, Jubbas.com has sold the highest quality Islamic clothing on the market. What started as a small enterprise in Blackburn has now evolved into one of the nation’s leading online retailers that is responsible for not only rebranding Islamic fashion but has also been a key driver in the mainstream acceptance of what has also come to be known as Modest Fashion.
Through Jubbas.com, Desai has created a one-stop shop for those who wish to enjoy fashion while still retaining the modest look favoured by Islamic garments. Beyond clothing, Jubbas.com also offers a range of perfumes, aromatics, and health products, demonstrating Desai’s ability to strengthen the company’s offering in line with demand from consumers.
Today, Jubbas.com not only sells products globally via its website, but also operates stores in Blackburn, London, and Bolton, with plans to open new retail outlets in Birmingham, Preston, Liverpool, Manchester, and Leicester. Additionally, the company’s recent merger with Al Noor, one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest fashion brands, my signal further expansion in the future.
Today, the Jubbas.com website features hundreds of items for your perusal. Explore the site today and find out what makes Mr. Desai and Jubbas.com stand out in the Islamic fashion industry.
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