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Amoena as a Companion

Amoena as a Companion

How do you define a companion? Someone who talks to you? Who delights you? Someone who walks alongside you? Maybe all of those things, and more. In short, someone who is with you.

From our inception, Amoena has focused on being with you as you navigate your health and your life. Again and again, we’ve created innovative design solutions that offer fashionable and feminine support. 40 years later, we are still committed to creating new possibilities every day -- the well-being for all women that extends beyond our products. By supporting charities, designing with intentional care, staying visible and accessible in social media, and keeping in constant contact with you, we strive to be your lifelong companion.   

Communication is key 
Amoena partners with retailers and stores around the country to bring you the very best in fitting service and support when you need it. Our retailer partnerships are our number one resource and venue for communication. In addition, we launched the Amoena Life magazine in 1994. The editorial content is designed to inspire you by sharing your stories and by focusing on the issues that really matter. We maintain Amoena websites throughout the world, which invite you to discover our products, of course, but also to educate yourself about health and wellness issues that affect us all, including those affected by breast cancer — from newly-diagnosed women to long-term survivors and their spouses, friends and families. Our Club Amoena monthly e-newsletter keeps us in touch and offers product discounts and coupons as well as shareable inspiration. Most recently, B2C websites have opened the doors of new possibility and created a seamless, omnichannel brand experience for our most important stakeholder: You. 

Corporate responsibility 
Amoena has been a longstanding supporter of local and national organizations dedicated to helping women with breast cancer, including the Breast Cancer Network of Strength, Amputee Coalition of America, National Consortium of Breast Centers and Young Survival Coalition. 

 

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