Robert Beaver and his two sons founded Zazzle.com, a service which enables users to create their own products. Zazzle.com users can create virtually anything, from customized t-shirts to postage stamps. Users can also recieve a commission on products that they sell and design themselves. Zazzle is funded primarily by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers and Sherpalo Ventures, who in 2005 provided $16 million in seres A funding.
Major competitors include Cafepress, Spreadshirt. However, Zazzle's patented color print technology allows them to manufacture multicolored items, especially t-shirts and other clothing items, for pennies at a time.
Current Team (4)Update
Past Team (10)Update
2008 - Jan, 2008
Head of Product Management
Head of Customer Support
2005 - Jan, 2007
Chief Strategy Officer
Jul, 2007 - Aug, 2008
CTO & VP Engineering
May, 2006 - Nov, 2007
CTO / VP Engineering
2006 - Jan, 2007
Jun, 2005 - Mar, 2008
Funding Rounds (2) - $46MUpdate
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