Thrive market is an ecommerce marketplace delivering responsible, top-quality consumer products nationwide. our marketplace operates using a membership-based model. the $60 annual fee unlocks access to a strictly vetted lineup of every kind of household essential—from fair trade coffee to organic toothpaste—at member-only prices. the membership fee coupled with thrive market’s purely online presence allows for control over the supply chain and prices, which means members get the products they value at an actual value. thrive market is an online, membership-based market making the highest quality, healthy and sustainable products available for every budget, lifestyle, and geography.
Latest Stories and News
- 1 week ago
- As the coronavirus began to spread across the United States, shoppers stocked up on toilet paper and canned food.
- Then, as restaurants closed and simply venturing out became a health hazard, people began cooking more meals at home.
- These trends have had profound implications for companies like Blue Apron, which sends meal kits to more than 350,000 subscribers, and Thrive Market, an online provider of healthy foods and eco-friendly home cleaning products with more than 800,000 members.
- Both companies have been scrambling to keep up with the crushing demand while tending to the sanitizing of their fulfillment centers, a wave of new hiring and a supply chain in flux.
- 3 months ago
- Liquid Death has won over investors with its promise to “murder your thirst” — the startup is announcing that it’s raised $9 million in Series A funding.
- Company sells water in a tallboy aluminum can, and it’s expanding the lineup with a sparkling water can that it plans to start shipping in March.
- CEO Mike Cessario said that his goal is to create a brand that’s healthy and sustainable while being “just as exciting, if not more exciting, than energy drinks, soda, alcohol and candy.”
- Liquid Death’s Series A was led by Velvet Sea Ventures. Ring founder Jamie Siminoff, TOMS founding members Jake Strom and Blake Mycoskie, GirlBoss founder/CEO Sophia Amoruso and Thrive Market CEO Nick Green also participated, as did existing investors Science Inc. and Away co-founder Jen Rubio.
- Liquid Death has now raised a total of $11.25 million.