George Zimmer may have come to fame for Men’s Warehouse, but now that the retailer is behind him, he’s onto his next venture — zTailors. zTailors is an app and website that is described as “an Uber for tailors,” where customers can schedule a tailor to meet them at their home, office or anywhere convenient, and the tailor will measure and refit any piece of clothing for a set price. Altered items will return in a few days to the customer, with prices ranging between $20 USD to taper a shirt and $16 to alter pants. So far, this niche is still untapped, without any obvious rival at the forefront. Mr. Zimmer is funding the operation himself, acting as the chairman and founder, with several backers but no venture capitalists involved yet. So far, zTailor hasn’t gained much exposure, but its potential for traction is high. Currently there are over 600 tailors signed up, but the plan is to be operating in all 50 states by the end of the year, with over 1,000 tailors in the system. Check out zTailors here; would you call up a tailor to refit your wardrobe?