By October 2021, Stitch Fix is expected to begin operations at its 700,000 square foot Utah facility at 1195 North 6550 West.
Within the first year of operations, Salt Lake City officials say the company will create about 400 jobs in the region.
“Companies like Stitch Fix that prioritize equity and economic opportunity will always find a warm welcome in Salt Lake City,” Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall says. “I’m confident they will be a valuable partner in promoting ideals that closely align with ours while also expanding and succeeding in business.”
Stitch Fix, since its founding in 2011, has committed to building diverse and inclusive teams.
“The company believes more diverse teams and leaders create better outcomes for all and is committed to increasing the number of people who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) throughout the business,” a release from the city reads.
Stitch Fix also operates on an established system of equal pay to ensure employees are paid the same regardless of gender and/or race.
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