thredUP is the nation's most trusted online marketplace for buying and selling like-new clothing. Fusing fashion resale and e-commerce, customers send consignment quality clothing in a pre-paid Closet Cleanout Bag, earn cash up front for their clothing, and can shop favorite styles and brands at thredUP.com for up to 90% off retail. Based in San Francisco, thredUP was founded in 2009 by James Reinhart, Oliver Lubin and Chris Homer. The company is advised by current Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, former eBay COO, Brian Swette and backed by world-class investors.
Why Competitor Poshmark May Be The RealReal And ThredUp’s Best Friend In Exploding Resale Market
Forbes - Sep 13, 2019
With thredUP, Macy's Taps Into The Super Hot Resale Trend
Forbes - Aug 21, 2019
At Disrupt SF, learn how to take a digital brand offline from Brooklinen, Framebridge and thredUP
TechCrunch - Aug 7, 2019
Resale Revamp, Thanks To Thredup and The RealReal
Forbes - Mar 26, 2019
Thanks, Marie Kondo! The resale market is becoming bigger than fast fashion
Fast Company - Mar 19, 2019
ThredUP: Resale will reach $51B in 5 years
retaildive - Mar 19, 2019
ThredUP launches Stitch Fix competitor for try-before-you-buy clothes
TechCrunch - Dec 12, 2017
Online consignment shop thredUp takes on The RealReal with launch of Luxe
TechCrunch - Jul 25, 2017
Online thrift store ThredUP is opening physical retail locations
TechCrunch - Jun 27, 2017
- James Reinhart, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
- Chris Homer, Co-Founder & CTO
- Oliver Lubin, Co-Founder & CCO
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