IYLIA

IYLIA

IYLIA is seeking investment to increase inventory and grow brand awareness.

IYLIA is seeking investment to increase inventory and grow brand awareness.

Overview

Raised this Round: Raised: $0

Total Commitments ($USD)

Platform

MainVest

Start Date

11/17/2019

Close Date

01/24/2020

Min. Goal
$50,000
Max. Goal
$75,000
Min. Investment

$100

Security Type

Revenue Share

SEC Filing Type

RegCF    Open SEC Filing

Year Founded

2014

Industry

Apparel & Fashion

Tech Sector

Location

New York, New York

"IYLIA, a business in the Fashion Brand category, is seeking investment to increase inventory and grow brand awareness."
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