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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 e-commerce company. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Zulily sells clothing, toys, and home products. Zulily was started in 2009 by Blue Nile executives. Its initial public offering valued the company at $2.6 billion.
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. In 2014, half of Zulily's orders came from mobile devices.
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