Tieks: Pioneering Footwear Fashion and Philanthropy

Transforming the ballet flat shoe market with a stylish and comfortable product, Tieks, under
the leadership of CEO Kfir Gavrieli, has become a well-recognized brand.
However, Tieks is more than just a fashion-forward company. Kfir Gavrieli has
ensured that it’s a brand that stands for positive social change as well as style.   

Kfir Gavrieli’s passion for philanthropy is as profound as his commitment to quality
footwear. Tieks has not only revolutionized the shoe market with its innovative
design but has also championed philanthropic endeavors since its inception.
Gavrieli believes in empowering women globally, which is why Tieks customers
are not just purchasing footwear, they’re also contributing to a worthy cause. 

Gavrieli’s approach with Tieks has been customer-centric from the start. The company’s online-only,
direct-to-consumer model was a disruptive move which embraced the convenience
of e-commerce. This decision was a reflection of Gavrieli’s business acumen,
understanding the power of the Internet and the changing shopping habits of

Under Gavrieli’s leadership, Tieks has become known for its diverse range of ballet flats. With
over 70 different designs, the vibrant palette of Tieks shoes is a testament to
Gavrieli’s commitment to providing fashion-forward choices for every woman.

However, Gavrieli’s vision for Tieks extends beyond fashion. The Gavrieli
foundation, linked with Tieks, reflects his dedication to philanthropy.
Recognized as the largest lender on the Kiva platform, it has lent support to
over 60,000 women worldwide. In leveraging the success of Tieks, Gavrieli has
thus created a platform that promotes social change. 

In summary, Kfir Gavrieli’s commitment to both fashion and philanthropy has made Tieks a unique
brand in the shoe industry. With an unwavering focus on quality, style, and
social impact, Tieks is a remarkable example of a company that’s truly walking
the talk. See related link for more information. 


More about Kfir Gavrieli on https://afipo.org/outandabout/kfir-gavrieli-5-questions-afipo-board-member/