About The Archivist
The Archivist makes it easier for brands and private collectors to manage, commercialize, and conserve fine objects via a user-friendly SaaS platform. Its dataset provides history, point-in-time, and real-time insights compiled from global sources. Users can analyze price performance of the latest recommerce trends. They get alerts and track product listings as they appear. Users uncover insight into and take action against gray market and counterfeit goods.
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ESPs containing The Archivist
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Companies in this market offer "resale-as-a-service" (RaaS) solutions, which include fully-branded resale marketplace tech. Some also bundle this with reverse logistics or fulfillment solutions. All of these companies specialize in solutions for brands and retailers across categories including fashion, luxury goods, and home or furniture.
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Research containing The Archivist
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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned The Archivist in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Sep 14, 2022.
Expert Collections containing The Archivist
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The Archivist is included in 4 Expert Collections, including E-Commerce.
Tech-enabled companies launching new luxury brands, as well as startups providing tech solutions to the luxury industry, including e-commerce tools, marketing, and more. While these companies may not exclusively target luxury companies, they have notable luxury partners.
Store management tech (In-store retail tech)
Market Research & Consumer Insights
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The Archivist Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was The Archivist founded?
The Archivist was founded in 2019.
Where is The Archivist's headquarters?
The Archivist's headquarters is located at 8601 Lincoln Blvd, Los Angeles.
What is The Archivist's latest funding round?
The Archivist's latest funding round is Seed.
How much did The Archivist raise?
The Archivist raised a total of $5.84M.
Who are the investors of The Archivist?
Investors of The Archivist include Ashton Kutcher, Edward Norton, Josh Schwartz and Sebastian Gunningham.
Who are The Archivist's competitors?
Competitors of The Archivist include ACS Clothing, Faume, Treet, Reflaunt, FloorFound and 12 more.
Compare The Archivist to Competitors
Trove works with brands to develop white-label channels that take control of the resale marketplace, which deepens customer engagement, increases profit, and helps the planet by advancing the circular economy. The company provides technology, operations and analytics to enable retailers with a branded recommerce channel. Trove serves retail brands globally. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Brisbane, California.
FloorFound makes managing returns of large-items easy and seamless. It provides an end-to-end turnkey solution for modern retailers through its online platform. FloorFound serves furniture brands. FloorFound was founded in 2020 and is based in Leander, Texas.
Treet helps fashion brands to become more circular and control the secondhand market for the items they produce by launching their own fully-branded resale marketplace. Its marketplaces operate as second sites where customers can buy and sell used items from each other in exchange for cash or credit back to the brand. The company handles all of the logistics and support while brands share in the profit. Treet was founded in 2021 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Apkudo is pioneering analysis technologies that deeply and holistically test pre-release mobile devices against millions of different possible use-cases and activities to discover bugs and refine the user interface and experience, taking devices from bad to good, and good to great. Apkudo works with many of the world's largest device manufacturers, including Samsung, Sony, HTC, and LG, and carriers such as MetroPCS, Cricket, Cincinnati Bell, and the Associated Carrier Group.
Faume provides brands with a customizable e-commerce site through which their customers can return their products for free. Faume then takes care of repairing the item, putting it online, and merchandising the second-hand site. The firm was founded in 2020 and is based in Paris, France.
RESPONSIBLE is a destination for authentic, refurbished streetwear. It stocks brands including Stone Island, Supreme, Stüssy, Palace, Nike, and Adidas.
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