Eyespace recognises a decade of business

The frame supplier was founded by sisters Jayne and Julie Abel in 2013

A blonde lady sits at an angle wearing a pale pink shirt jacket over a beige t-shirt and with oversized dark frames. The backdrop is a blend of pastel yellow to purple.

The frame supplier, Eyespace, has celebrated its 10th anniversary with a series of charitable and wellness events.

Founded by Jayne and Julie Abel in 2013, Eyespace recognised a decade of business in September this year.

The business model was created “around a kitchen table, with great aspiration and commitments to being the most trusted partner for contemporary opticians,” Eyespace shared in a release.

In the time since, the business as grown into its Worcestershire headquarters, and established an EU hub.

Eyespace has also grown from its original six in-house collections to 10 brands, and now holds the exclusive licenses for Range Rover Eyewear, Aspinal of London Eyewear, and Defender Eyewear.

The business has received a number of awards and nominations over time and is working towards a goal of becoming a B-Corporation.

Managing director, Julie, commented: “We are immensely grateful for the belief and trust our customers have shown us over the past 10 years. Your loyalty has been our driving force, and we are excited to continue serving you with even more exceptional product launches and innovative solutions tailored to your varying business needs.”

The Eyespace team took on several charitable and wellness events throughout summer in recognition of the 10-year anniversary.