Threadflip Shuts Down Suddenly, Folds Into Le Tote
This probably won't be the last consignment site to bite the dust or consolidate.
The RealReal Raises $40 Million to Double Sales in 2015
The luxury re-seller did $100 million in sales last year.
ThredUp Raises $23 Million, Making It the Best-Funded Online Consignment Startup in the U.S.
Online consignment stores have been getting a lot of attention from investors lately.
How Retailers Are Using Mobile to Fuel Your Shopping Addiction
E-commerce site of all kinds have a new focus: mobile. One need only look at a few stats to see why. For instance, according to a report by Mobify, mobile web adoption is growing eight times faster than web adoption did in the 1990s; mobile traffic now accounts for 15% of all web traffic; 90% of people move between devices to accomplish things; U.S. mobile commerce sales hit $24.66 billion in 2012, up 81% from 2011; and 58% of consumers in North America now own a smartphone. Mobile commerce has become especially important for fashion retailers.
Re-Commerce Site Threadflip Makes It Even Easier to Sell Your Clothes Online with New Feature
When we rounded up the best ways to sell your clothes online earlier this year, Threadflip was far and away our favorite method. It just seemed like the simplest, easiest to use, most democratic and reasonably priced re-commerce (the term techies use for the selling of used clothes online) out there. And they've just gone and made it even better with a brand new feature that launches today.
How to Sell Your Clothes Online: The Best New Sites
It's worth it, trust us.