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|Traded as||NASDAQ: ZU|
|Industry||Internet, online retailing|
|Founders||Darrell Cavens, Mark Vadon|
|Area served||North America, United Kingdom|
|Key people||Darrell Cavens, CEO
Mark Vadon, Chairman,
Dan Levitan, Board Member
|Products||Children’s and Women's Apparel, Toys, Infant gear, Home Decor|
|Services||Flash Sale notifications|
|Revenue||$331.24 million (Year ended Dec. 30, 2012)|
|Net income||$(10.33) million (Year ended Dec. 30,2012)|
Zulily is an American flash sales web site for children's clothing and accessories. Zulily was started in 2009 by Blue Nile executives. Its initial public offering valued the company at $2.6 billion.
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- By Ángel González. "Zulily: Hot site for moms hits a moment of truth | Business & Technology". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 2014-06-01.
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