StageAcquired | Acquired
Wittlebee is an online kids clothing club that aims to keep parents well stocked with the basics like onesies, t-shirts, socks, leggings and more. The company creates custom packages for members based on a child's age, color preferences and geographic location.
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Expert Collections containing Wittlebee
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Baby and Kids Tech
Companies developing tech-enabled products and services that primarily serve babies, children up to approximately 12 years old, and their parents.
Latest Wittlebee News
Aug 13, 2013
× Hi! You are about to activate our Facebook Messenger news bot. Once subscribed, the bot will send you a digest of trending stories once a day. You can also customize the types of stories it sends you. Click on the button below to subscribe and wait for a new Facebook message from the TC Messenger news bot. Thanks, TC Team Wittlebee Co-Founder (And Former Myspace Exec) Sean Percival Joins Topix As VP Of Marketing Posted Watch Ashton Kutcher Blow Kids’ Minds With Steve Jobs Quotes In “Smart Is Sexy” Speech Sean Percival , who was most recently co-founder and CEO of children’s clothing subscription startup Wittlebee , has joined online discussion site Topix as vice president of marketing. Percival left Wittlebee earlier this year due to fundraising trouble, and he said he’s taking a role at Topix that has been “vacant for a bit.” His résumé includes a stint as vice president of online marketing at Myspace (back in the good old days where they still capitalized the “S”), and director of content/content manager at Tsavo Media, docstoc, and Mahalo. I first became familiar with Percival as the founder of LA startup gossip site Lalawag , so I was surprised to hear that he’s moved up to the San Francisco Bay Area to take the job at Topix. “It was tough to leave LA, but the possibilities up here were just too hard to ignore any longer,” he told me via email. As for why he’s joining Topix in particular, Percival said he wanted to get back “into content and growth related product development,” adding, “Topix is the perfect match for that with its large foundation of millions of existing users and exciting opportunities for developing new verticals.” Topix said earlier this year that it saw 40 percent traffic growth between December 2011 and December 2012 (thanks in part, one assumes to the launch of its politics-focused subsection Politix ), and it says it continues to be profitable. (Topix is also a site where the discussion can turn pretty nasty , so whenever I write about it there’s always someone popping up to talk about how much they hate it. ) In addition to announcing Percival’s hire, Topix also says senior director of sales Laurie Hironaka has been promoted to vice president of sales. In the press release, CEO Chris Tolles said, “We now have the product, marketing and sales teams in place to complement our top tier engineering organization and drive growth in the next part of our story.” 0
Wittlebee Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Wittlebee's headquarters?
Wittlebee's headquarters is located at 1410 2nd St, Santa Monica.
What is Wittlebee's latest funding round?
Wittlebee's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Wittlebee raise?
Wittlebee raised a total of $2.5M.
Who are the investors of Wittlebee?
Investors of Wittlebee include FabKids, Crosslink Capital, Rincon Venture Partners, Coffin Capital & Ventures, Morado Venture Partners and 4 more.
Who are Wittlebee's competitors?
Competitors of Wittlebee include Zulily and 6 more.
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Zulily operates as an online retailer. It offers bibs and burp cloths, backpacks, bedding, blankets, bodysuits, costumes, diaper bags, hats, highchairs, jackets, maternity apparel, nursery furniture, shoes, sleepwear, strollers, toys, and toddler apparel. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Tumwater, Washington.
giggle is a one-stop source for new parents, offering a complete checklist of essentials, gifts and resources to make the transition to parenthood easier and smarter, including giggle's own line of baby products, giggle Better Basics; its pregnancy site, giggleGLOW; its content site, giggleGAB; and its charitable programs, The Great giggle Giveback and with the Worldwide Orphans Foundation. giggle designs and edits the selection of furniture, gear, clothing, toys, bedding, baby care, gifts, and more, making sure to keep it simple, stylish and healthy.
SuperMom is a marketplace for parents and expecting moms to shop for products and services covering mainly for maternity, newborn, baby, toddler, and kids products. SuperMom was formerly known as Rise and Shine. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Singapore.
Snuggle Bugz provides a baby store for new parents, pregnant, newborns, and toddlers. The store provides different categories of strollers, apparel, feeding items, toys from different brands, and much more. It was founded in 2006 and is based in Burlington, Canada.
The Bump seeks to empower new parents and parents-to-be with content, personalized advice, and checklists. It is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
The Honest Company (NASDAQ: HNST) is an online retailer of personal care product. It offers products such as diapers, wipes, bath, skincare, home cleaning, health and wellness products, and more. It was founded in 2011 and is based in Los Angeles, California.
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