Founder, Designer & CEO of By
Caprice Products and Philanthropist
One of the top female international business speakers, Caprice became a household name around the world through her modelling and media appearances. Nowadays, her life revolves around running and fully financing her own By Caprice products which include Lingerie, Swimwear and Sleepwear. Caprice owns the company and has created the success of By Caprice entirely on her own, steering her global brand according to the latest trends. She started the company in 2006 and the collection, designed and modelled by Caprice, was an instant success. Caprice is now busy expanding her lingerie business internationally.
Following her success as a model and media personality Caprice moved into roles on the West End stage and received rave reviews, later she produced her own version of a popular musical in which she also starred. Arriving in England from Southern California she became one of the most photographed women in the world appearing on over 300 magazine covers. Voted GQ Magazine’s Woman of the Year and Maxim’s International Woman of the Year three years running she appeared in a documentary for Channel 4 Being Caprice and featured in many other prime time shows.
Caprice Bourret thinks it is really important to share her experiences and she has shared the stage with business luminaries as well as political leaders such as Bill Clinton. Her captivating story includes insights as to how she started from nothing but a vision, passion and relentless determination to make By Caprice products a worldwide success. She reaches out to a range of audiences, from university students to entrepreneurs starting new businesses. She speaks freely covering various topics which include her evolution from top model to successful businesswoman and discussing financing, cash flow, negotiations, employees, accessing government grants, micro management, market strategies and her overall journey from having a vision and turning it into an empire, despite an economic downfall and extreme stereotypes.