Monday, October 21, 2019
Subscription Box Industry News

Subscription Box Industry News

We have to read between the lines on this story.  It looks to me that Trunk Club has decent top line growth, but remains unprofitable. Here's how Sourcing Journal reports on Nordstrom's huge $200 million write-down. Subscription commerce took another knock...
Here's a delightful conversation with Ericka Perry of TheStorkBag. The Stork Bag® is the first ever reusable subscription bag just for pregnant mamas! Launched in 2014, each Stork Bag is curated to match each trimester of pregnancy and includes many...
TechCrunch is reporting on this subscription box funding, and it's exciting for a couple of reasons.  First of all, $40 million is a big deal.  Perhaps more importantly, it's proof that the big brands, like LVMH believe in the...
– One Hour Tees, the company behind ProWrestlingTees.com, have announced that they have bought the Pro Wrestling Crate subscription service. The company announced that they are discontinuing their T-Shirt Membership Crate and will instead merge it with Pro Wrestling...
The Seattle Times reports on the Julep settlement. The Washington State Attorney General’s office says Julep Beauty and CEO Jane Park will pay $3 million for using “deceptive” marketing practices to get consumers to sign up for subscription boxes of makeup...
Forbes has a fine report on Foot Cardigan. Foot Cardigan is like a Birchbox for socks — for $9 a month, subscribers in the U.S. and overseas get a random pair of socks featuring wacky designs. (Since 2014, they’ve also...
Here's a Forbes article on Zuora. How does Dollar Shave Club go from start-up to $150 million in annual revenue and get scooped up for $1 billion by Unilever in only four years? Certainly part of the answer lies in...
Here's the highlights of the press release. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Recurly Inc., the enterprise-grade subscription management platform, announced the immediate availability of Recurly Analytics, a new capability that surfaces data-driven insights for informed decision-making and revenue optimization....
Los Angeles-based Loot Crate tops the list by overcoming shipping strikes, product scarcity, and the uncertain subscription-box economy to succeed in the business of fandom. Inc.com reports on it's #1 fastest growing company.  Loot Crate is a $116 million, Los Angeles-based...
Here's the PR Wire press release on Sydney Subscribed.   SYDNEY, Australia – Subscribed Sydney 2016 – 15 August 2016 – Zuora, Inc., the world's leader in subscription billing, commerce and finance last week hosted its largest ever Sydney Subscribed conference with...

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