PrettyLittleThing’s Adam Kamani begs fans to like MoveStreets app
Adami Kamani is a British businessman. He is the CEO of Kamani Property Group and KM Capital as well as a co-founder of PrettyLittleThing. Billionaire Adam Kamani is asking fans to please like his new app, MoveStreets, which helps house movers to discover the property market in a fun and easy way.
Kamani’s grandfather Abdullah Kamani migrated from Kenya around 1960 and moved to the United Kingdom with his spouse and four children. He then started Boohoo, a fashion business interest in the business world. In 2006, Kamani started his career by working for Boohoo.
Kamani also founded Kamani Property market there. He became the CEO of the company in 2016. In 2017, Kamani founded KM Capital, a funding platform that aims to support the young dynamic business with a key focus on tech start-ups.
Kamani has been involved in many philanthropic activities also. Two years ago Kamani organized a social media competition intending to give the winner a £20,000 home makeover. The competition had more than 2,000 entries. This price was won by a man forced to live in a bungalow after he went through an operation to remove a tumour from his spine.
Kamani graduated from Cheadle Hulme School in 2005. He started working for Boohoo.com in February 2006.
Kamani Adam’s father, Mahmud Kamani is behind the Boohoo fashion chain while he, Adam Kamani, is the part of the Kamani dynasty. Kamani Mahmud managed to turn his Cotton Goods into a £2.6 billion business.
Following their father’s success, at 24, Adam Kamani and his Brother Umar Kamani, who happens to be a businessman and English fashion retailer partnered in 2012 and both co-founded PLT, a fashion firm and retail company selling clothing and other items to women mostly of age 12 to 25.
Umar is known for gasconading his lavish and plushy lifestyle by posting pictures of himself wearing a pair of Gucci slippers worth £450 at Nobu in Malibu, posing at the wheel of a yacht on Italy’s Coast called Amalfi or hanging out with P Diddy at the Grammys.
Kamani Adam has an estimated 300 workers.
After allegations that the PLT Company was using sweatshops, it shares plunged by £1.3 billion during the coronavirus pandemic.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, there were claims that they were using an alleged £3.50 an hour sweatshop in Leicester to produce cheap clothing.
It came as Leicester’s coronavirus case spread in the sixth month and claims that Kamani Adam company continued producing items for some of the United Kingdom’s largest fashion brands including Boohoo and Nasty Gal which made them put staff at risk of contracting covid-19 by not providing them with masks and gloves.
Although the family is reportedly worth four billion euros, it didn’t stop Adam Kamani from soliciting for help after launching MoveStreets.
He told his 590,000 followers on Instagram that “Please can I ask you a monumental favour. Please ‘click’ the link I sent you and give us a 5-star review on the AppStore. Feel free to write a review too. Thank you.”
The average review score out of five has increased from 4.5 to 4.6 since his post on Instagram.
The App, MoveStreets, permits house movers to select materials they want to buy or rent by swiping left and right.