Glenn Schlossberg is a American fashion designer. Fashion was a family business for him. He grew up working with his father in his father’s warehouse helping to make dresses. Glenn Schlossberg attended and graduate from the New York Fashion Institute of Technology. In 1990 Glenn Schlossberg founded Jump Apparel. Glenn’s vision and goal for creating Jump Apparel was to produce high quality garments better and cheaper than the competition. Jump Apparel is sold worldwide including online and can be found in stores such as Nordstrom’s, Macy’s, and Zappos. Glenn is also active in the community he donates his free time to an organization called Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship mentoring young entrepreneurs. Jump Design Group purchased a sportswear label called Cathy Daniels in July 2018. Jump allowed the Cathy Daniels president, sales team, and factory group to remain in place.
According to PR Newswire, Jump Design Group purchased Cathy Daniels because the company has a sound business portfolio that would compliment their technology and already existing strategies not because the company was in trouble. The CEO of Jump Design Group Ashesh Amin is a veteran in the apparel industry. Brands like J. Crew, BCBC, Adrianna Papell, and Bamboo Shirt Company Ashesh Amin has helped to build. This is one of the reasons why the owners of Cathy Daniels brother Steve and Danny was not opposed to selling the company to Jump Design Group. Visit wwd.com
The brothers were comfortable that under the leadership of Glenn Schlossberg and Ashesh Amin that their fathers and family legacy will carry on. Jump Design Group intends to continue to acquire strong companies and then inject it’s technology into these acquisitions to make a better product and more profits. Glenn Schlossberg has created a giant in the fashion industry with Jump Apparel. Schlossberg is an example how experience and family business can guide your footsteps in the right direction for success.