Women’s shoes are going back to Khumbu for women’s care.
That’s the message from the Sidi women who, as part of a partnership with the women’s shoe brand, are giving women a new opportunity to keep the products they love in their homes and the office.
Sidi, based in Nepal, is partnering with a network of local suppliers to supply the shoes to its customers at a discounted rate.
That means women can save on their shoes while still being able to access the products that make them happy.
The partnership is one part of the Sidicare initiative that is part of Sidi’s commitment to women’s health and well-being.
It also includes a program to encourage women to participate in the Sidica project, the largest women’s business in the world.
Sidica is a nonprofit organization that works to ensure women in Nepal are able to work and thrive.
The Sidicar program will help the organization provide women with a quality and affordable supply of shoes, socks and accessories.
“The women’s brand will be working with local suppliers, and Sidica will also be working on ways to encourage local women to buy shoes from local companies and vendors,” Sidi President and CEO Ramchandra Bhatnagar told The Wall Street Journal.
“I think the initiative will be an incredible opportunity for women to save money on their footwear.”
The Sidica initiative is part a global effort to provide affordable shoes to women.
Last year, Sidica partnered with Footlocker to offer women affordable shoes in stores across the U.S. and Canada.
That initiative has also expanded to include women’s healthcare products.
Sidicaria is partnering again with Sidica to provide women access to affordable footwear.
This is the first time that women’s brands will be partnering with local brands to provide them with affordable shoes.
For more, read the WSJ article.