Zulily

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Zulily, Inc.
Type Public
Traded as NASDAQZU
Industry Internet, online retailing
Founded 2010
Founders Darrell Cavens, Mark Vadon
Headquarters Seattle, Washington
Area served North America, United Kingdom[1]
Key people Darrell Cavens, CEO
Mark Vadon, Chairman,
Dan Levitan, Board Member[2]
Products Children’s and Women's Apparel, Toys, Infant gear, Home Decor[3]
Services Flash Sale notifications
Revenue $331.24 million (Year ended Dec. 30, 2012)[1]
Net income $(10.33) million (Year ended Dec. 30,2012)[1]
Website zulily.com

Zulily is an American e-commerce company. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Zulily sells clothing, toys, and home products.[4] Zulily was started in 2009 by Blue Nile executives. Its initial public offering valued the company at $2.6 billion.[5]

Zulily's target audience is mothers who are on the lookout for unique brands and products for their children. Sales can last from one day to 72 hours.[6] In 2014, half of Zulily's orders came from mobile devices.[4]

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