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Mariah Chase


65% of women in the US wear clothing sizes 14 through 24, a segment of the fashion industry that represents a $17.5B per annum market. But that $17.5B is only 16% of the total spend on women's clothing.
Mariah Chase, the CEO of ELOQUII and a noted expert in fashion, retail, and digital commerce, is on a mission to provide fast-fashion to this underserved market. ELOQUII was initially launched by fashion brand The Limited in 2011 and later closed when the parent company restructured. Chase was recruited as CEO, by former employees that had worked on the brand, to re-open and revitalize the brand as an independent direct-to-consumer brand following an outcry from the plus-size community in 2013. Last year, Chase led the sale of the ELOQUII to Walmart for a reported $100M.
Intensely focused on customer engagement, under Chase's direction, ELOQUII pioneered several technologies and channels such as strengthening customer relationships through personalized messaging, data-based marketing, and cart abandonment reminders that are now omnipresent in the e-commerce customer experience. With Chase at the helm, ELOQUII raised a total of $21M in funding from investors that include Greycroft, FJ Labs, Acton Capital Partners, Grace Beauty Capital, Female Founders Fund, Max Ventures, Blue Sky Private Equity, HDS Capital, and Karlani Capital.
ELOQUII wasn't Chase's first entrepreneurial venture. A repeat entrepreneur, prior to ELOQUII, she cofounded Send the Trend, an e-commerce site for personalized accessories that was acquired by QVC in 2012. The Harvard graduate started her career in various business roles both in-house at and working with leading accessory and fashion brands that include Jimmy Choo, Cole Haan, David Yurman, and John Hardy.

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