J. Hilburn founder finds inspiration in old-school business model

07/18/2013 | Wired.com

Former finance guy Hil Davis turned to the business model perfected by Tupperware when he launched his menswear retail business J. Hilburn in 2007, banking on an army of 3,000 stylists and one-on-one personal service to sell custom dress shirts and other upscale duds. The low-tech, high-touch gamble paid off -- the retailer is on track to double its revenue to $55 million this year.

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