Shopventory

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Shopventory generates business intelligence with our powerful inventory management program by seamlessly integrating with next generation payment systems like Square, PayPal Here and Clover. We provide big retailer inventory intelligence to small businesses at a fraction of the cost in minutes, to drive insightful decisions and run a more efficient business.
TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQSan Diego, US
Websiteshopventory.com

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Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)14
Job Openings1

Key People/Management at Shopventory

Dave Carlson

Dave Carlson

Co-Founder & CEO
Bach Le

Bach Le

CTO & Co-Founder
Rares Saftoiu

Rares Saftoiu

CMO & Co-Founder
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Shopventory Office Locations

Shopventory has offices in San Diego, Englewood and Denver
San Diego, US (HQ)
101 West Broadway
Denver, US
Denver, CO, USA
Englewood, US
8310 S Valley Hwy #300
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Shopventory Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Shopventory total Funding

$2 m

Shopventory latest funding size

$1.03 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago

Shopventory investors

Shopventory's latest funding round in October 2013 was reported to be $1 m. In total, Shopventory has raised $2 m
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Shopventory Online and Social Media Presence

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Shopventory Blogs

Retail and the 5 Senses, Part 5: Sound

Every business has a soundtrack, whether they realize it or not. The only question is whether that soundtrack invites people in, or makes them look for the exit…

Retail and the 5 Senses, Part 4: Taste

Ever walk out of a business with a good taste in your mouth, even if it wasn’t a restaurant? For food and drink-based businesses, the importance of taste is obvious. For retailers, not so much…

Retail and the 5 Senses, Part 3: Smell

… the brick-and-mortar experience boils down to the five senses. Those are the only means your customers have to experience your business, so making sure each sense is catered to is vital…

Retail and the 5 Senses, Part 2: Touch

When selling products, there are certain events that raise the likelihood a customer will buy a product. A customer sees the inventory, that’s step one. They walk over to it and stop to look, step two. But once a customer actually touches the item, the likelihood of them making the purchase incr…

Retail and the 5 Senses, Part 1: Sight

The best experiences in life are sensory. A hot chocolate on a cold day, a barefoot walk on a sandy beach, the clean smell after it rains— all of them are playing to the five senses. So why shouldn’t the brick-and-mortar retail shopping experience?…

4 Reasons to Invest In E-commerce

“Brick and mortar stores are feeling the pain from online competition. Meanwhile, more successful online retailers are opening up brick and mortar stores. So, what’s going on? Do customers want to shop online or in-store? The answer is simple…”
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Shopventory Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Shopventory founded?

    Shopventory was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Shopventory key executives?

    Shopventory's key executives are Dave Carlson, Bach Le and Rares Saftoiu.

  • How many employees does Shopventory have?

    Shopventory has 14 employees.

  • Who are Shopventory competitors?

    Competitors of Shopventory include Digital River, Flubit and TicketForEvent.

  • Where is Shopventory headquarters?

    Shopventory headquarters is located at 101 West Broadway, San Diego.

  • Where are Shopventory offices?

    Shopventory has offices in San Diego, Englewood and Denver.

  • How many offices does Shopventory have?

    Shopventory has 3 offices.