Polyvore

Polyvore is a new way to discover and shop for things you love in fashion, beauty and home decor.
Polyvore disrupts the traditional e-commerce model by giving everyone everywhere a voice in shaping today's trends and influencing purchases. Our global community of stylists share tips on how to mix and match looks to make the most of your closet and predict trends before they hit the mainstream.
Polyvore simplifies online shopping by bringing together all the stores in one convenient place. Then we curate it all into a personalized boutique just for you, making it even easier to discover and shop for looks you love.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Yahoo!
HQ
Sunnyvale, US
Founded
2007
Polyvore was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, US

Key People at Polyvore

Jianing Hu

Jianing Hu

Co-Founder
Guangwei Yuan

Guangwei Yuan

Co-Founder
Arnie Gullov-Singh

Arnie Gullov-Singh

Chief Operating Officer

Polyvore Office Locations

Polyvore has offices in Sunnyvale, New York and San Francisco
Sunnyvale, US (HQ)
701 1st Ave
San Francisco, US
110 5th St
New York, US
229 West 43rd Street

Polyvore Data and Metrics

Polyvore Summary

Founding Date

2007

Total Funding

$41.7 m

Investors

In total, Polyvore had raised $41.7 m. Polyvore is a subsidiary of Yahoo!

Polyvore Median Salaries

Source: 18 public H-1B filings from Polyvore

Traffic Overview of Polyvore

Polyvore Online and Social Media Presence

Polyvore News and Updates

Jess Lee of Polyvore joins Sequoia Capital as its 11th investing partner

 Sequoia Capital has brought aboard Jess Lee as its eleventh investing partner in the U.S., becoming the firm’s first senior female U.S. investor in its 44-year-old history. Lee was a former Google product manager turned CEO of the fashion site Polyvore, which was acquired for $230 million in cash b…

How I Made It: Jess Lee's unlikely path to running Polyvore

The gig: Jess Lee, 33, is the chief executive of the social e-commerce site, Polyvore. Unlike most CEOs, who are usually part of a company’s founding team or brought in specifically for the job, Lee was hired as Polyvore’s first product manager before being promoted to the top. In her eight year…

Polyvore Company Life and Culture

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