Jellibeans is changing the trend with US$1 million funding and jelli.studio AI platform

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Jellibeans, a California-based AI-powered software company for marketing and research optimization of brands, has successfully secured a substantial US$1 million investment from Aussco, a well-known knitwear supplier serving prominent brands such as The Kooples, Kate Spade, and Coach. Simultaneously, this fashion intelligence and analytics startup unveiled its latest offering, jelli.studio, an AI-driven end-to-end collaboration platform designed to revolutionize the fashion industry, allowing designer to use trend forecasts for rapid prototyping and optimization of the bottom collection. 30 seconds.

Founded in 2019, jelli.studio is often called the “Canva for fashion design,” but sets itself apart by incorporating powerful data analytics and AI image creation capabilities.

Grant JE Philips, Senior Vice President of Aussco, expressed their rationale for investing in Jellibeans, emphasizing the need for large operations, such as their own, to continuously seek new designs while simultaneously reducing of waste, saving time, and improving overall efficiency. Jelli.studio, by democratizing design and facilitating the collaboration of all stakeholders involved in the design-to-production workflow through a unified platform, addresses these modern challenges ahead.

In a statement, Joanne Chow, CEO and Co-founder of Jellibeans, expressed her enthusiasm for their new venture saying, “jelli.studio is a groundbreaking plug-and-play design and tool of business intelligence for the fashion industry, making it more accessible, collaborative, and data-driven than ever before. This ensures that creativity and data-supported fashion design can go hand in hand .

The investment injection from Aussco will play a key role in fueling the expansion of jelli.studio, with plans to transform the platform into a comprehensive end-to-end solution for fashion designers and suppliers alike.

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