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New York ecommerce startup Casper starts shipping its uber-comfy mattresses – and sales go through the roof

Casper, the New York e-commerce startup specializing in uniquely engineered “super premium” mattresses, has started shipping its product just two months after banking $1.6 million in seed funding. And any e-commerce analysts out there who think that buying a mattress online sounds weird (how do you know if it’s comfy?) will need to think again: early sales have been going “phenomenally well”, according to Casper’s co-founder and CEO Phillip Krim. A mattress in a box Actually, e-commerce analysts who read about Casper’s seed funding in February may have had their curiosity stirred and frustrated at one and the same time. At that point, the company was keeping its product under a veil, save to say that it had been specially engineered from top quality materials yet would have a very affordable price tag. Now that it’s been launched, however, the cat is out of the bag. Or rather, the mattress is out of the box. Literally. Mattresses are shipped after being compressed into a box that’s no bigger than a set of golf clubs, making Casper the first mattress company capable of sending its product to customers via bike messenger. But, business-savvy e-commerce analysts take note: it’s not just the…

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Will Monegraph open the doors to a new ecommerce market for digital artists?

Will Monegraph open the doors to a new ecommerce market for digital artists?

Most seasoned e-commerce analysts will know that the world beyond the web has come to be known as “meatspace”. And for one species of potential entrepreneur, visual image artists, meatspace is where they have to stay if they’re to make a living. But New York startup Monegraph is poised to change all that. A new ecommerce market in digital image art beckons. Authenticating digital originality  The problem that digital artists have is that it’s virtually impossible to designate an original digital image as, well, original. In a nutshell, it takes a lot of skill and labor to make a convincing copy of an oil painting and no copy will correspond in every detail with the original. But anyone can make a copy of a digital image in an instant: without the scarcity factor inherent to meatspace art, there’s no viable market for digital artists. Monegraph, which was created this year for the Rhizom Seven On Seven conference by fellow New Yorkers Kevin McCoy (a multi-media artist) and Anil Dash (entrepreneur and writer), is about to open real e-commerce prospects for digital artists. Any e-commerce analysts out there intrigued by how this fete will be actualized should listen up now. Artists sign in to the…

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New York ecommerce startup Blue Apron takes food delivery to new heights

It’s official: as previously predicted here, New York ecommerce startup Blue Apron has just successfully closed a $50 million Series C round led by Stripes Group. For those ecommerce analysts out there who might not yet have heard of it, Blue Apron is a food delivery service specializing in fresh ingredients and enticing recipes.  Between its launch in 2012 and March this year, its monthly total of food servings has soared to 500,000. Steaming forward Given that that total was just 100,000 per month in August 2013, you don’t have to be a whizz kid of an ecommerce analyst to figure out that it’s enjoyed some pretty spectacular growth. Its revenue run rate has topped $60 million and, just prior to the Series C round, it was valued at just south of $500 million. Blue Apron’s pre-order structure allows it to work out exactly how much food it’s going to need to order, so it radically cuts back on waste (customers pre-order a week of meals). And, for another, it has the ability to or order at bulk with the sizable wholesale discount that goes with it. Although meals are priced at $10 a time per person (they’re usually ordered…

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Birchbox head skywards with new marketing and international expansion plans after raising $60 million

Ecommerce analysts who’ve been reading the marketing runes over the years will know that the rage for peddling “things in a box” kicked off in a big way a couple of years ago and then fizzled. Many of the ideas – sex toys in boxes, booze in boxes, razors in boxes – turned out to be fads with little longevity. But a few things-in-boxes ideas have gone from strength to strength, proving much more durable. And Birchbox, purveyor of monthly subscription boxes of beauty samples and one of the most successful ecommerce startups in New York, is definitely among them. Success in a box It doesn’t take a genius ecommerce analyst to appreciate that if a startup successfully raises $60 million in Series B, as Birchbox has just done, it’s convinced some astute investors that it’s got a honey of a business model. Attracting 800,000 subscribers in three-and-a-half years and generating $90 million in annual sales probably had something to do with it. Add to that the fact that the full-size versions of its products that it sells on its ecommerce site now account for an extra 30 percent of its revenue, and the annual total rises to $125 million….

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BloomNation heads for New York as it expands to become the Etsy for flowers

BloomNation heads for New York as it expands to become the Etsy for flowers

Imagine you’re an ecommerce manager by day but a poker whizz-kid by night; the chances are that if you won an event at the World Series of Poker, flowers wouldn’t be the first thing on your mind. But they were on poker aficionado David Daneshgar’s mind when he won a WSP even in 2008. Maybe our daydreaming e-commerce manager might wish to think again: Daneshgar and his two buddies, Farbod Shoraka and Gregg Weisstein, used the $27,000 winnings to launch a new online florist marketplace. A blossoming marketplace  Born in 2011, BloomNation is on course to grow into the Etsy of the flower industry and is embarking this month on an ambitious new expansion. New York City is amongst the new locations the LA-based company is recruiting local artisan florists, while others include Washington, D.C., Boston and Philadelphia (it’s already had successful launches in Las Vegas and Chicago). Perspicuous e-commerce analysts will be aware that local artisans have energized online food and craft markets recently. Daneshgar, Shoraka and Weisstein (who met at college) are tapping their talents for the flower-sending market. And they’re succeeding: BloomNation won the University of Chicago School of Business’ New Venture Challenge in 2012 and it…

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