- August, 2010
- Scott Anderson, Nick Roccanti, Jon Crawford
- San Francisco, CA
- Web Development, Social Buying, Social Media, E-Commerce
- Storenvy, a community of online stores, provides an e-commerce network enabling users to shop across multiple stores.
Storenvy is home to emerging brands and authentic goods. It’s a place where you can launch a custom store at your own URL in minutes, and a social Marketplace where you’ll discover amazing things you can’t find anywhere else. Storenvy is changing the way consumers discover new brands and products by creating a social and community-driven experience fueled by inspired brands with stories to tell. Storenvy was founded in 2010 and has received $6.5 million in funding from Intel Capital, Spark Capital, First Round Capital and others. The company is based in San Francisco and is hiring. For more, take a peek inside at Storenvy.com.
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