Category: E-Commerce

  • Fab


    What did Fab do? Fab was an e-commerce website that sold home goods, furniture, and other lifestyle products. It was known for its unique business model, which involved offering limited-time deals on high-quality products. This model was successful in the early days of the company, as it created a sense of urgency and excitement among […]

  • Quirky


    What did Quirky do? Quirky was a unique company that captured the attention of many with its innovative approach to product development. Quirky’s platform allowed users to submit their product ideas, which were then evaluated by a community of experts and voted on by the public. The winning ideas were then developed and manufactured by […]

  • Move Loot

    Move Loot

    What did Move Loot do? Move Loot was a Chicago-based platform that offered a convenient solution for buying and selling used furniture and home decor items. Move Loot aimed to simplify the process of furnishing homes by creating a marketplace that connected buyers and sellers. Move Loot operated in several major cities across the United […]

  • Benja


    What did Benja do? Benja Commerce Network launched as a Tinder-meets-shopping mobile app in 2014 and evolved into the first shoppable media advertising network. Benja enabled in-advertisement shopping with its interactive online display ad format. Benja also owned and operated several direct-to-consumer businesses and media publishers. The company raised between $2 and $3 million from […]

  • Fast


    What did Fast do? Fast was an easy checkout startup company that offers online checkout and login solutions created to give customers a secure shopping experience. Fast’s innovative technology allows for fast, efficient, and secure transactions, presenting a choice for businesses looking to streamline their payment process. According to Crunchbase, Fast has raised $124.5 million […]

  • Beepi


    What did Beepi do? Beepi was a California-based online used car marketplace that allowed individuals to buy and sell used cars through an online platform. Beepi’s business model involved inspecting, certifying, and listing used cars for sale on its website, and then delivering the purchased cars to buyers’ doorsteps. Beepi was a peer-to-peer marketplace. Cars […]


    What did do? was an online retailer that sold pet supplies and accessories through its website during the late 1990s and early 2000s. It was among the first to sell pet supplies on the internet, featuring the slogan “Because Pets Can’t Drive.” was founded in 1998 and became well known for its […]