Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post by Steve Faulkner. He is the CEO of the GeoHuddle, a Madison, Wisconsin based startup developing community geothermal heating and cooling systems. You can follow him on twitter @southpolesteve.
Most people associate Wisconsin with cheese and beer, but you should think about adding startups to that list. Led by a tidal wave of mostly young… → Read More
Drugstore.com, Alice.com and other online retailers of everyday essentials, a new challenger with a short, pretty dotcom name just hit the Web. The founders of Diapers.com this morning formally launched Soap.com, a new ecommerce site that enables people to buy household necessities, skin and hair care products and whatnot at competitive prices.
We’re big fans of Alice.com, the retail platform for household goods, because it simple to use and offers significant discounts on everything from toilet paper to toothpaste. Today, Alice.com is becoming even more compelling with the launch of a free iPhone app. You can download it here
Alice.com customers can shop from the app, and use their mobile device to make ongoing lists of products they… → Read More
Alice.com, the retail platform for household goods, has closed a $6 million Series B round of funding from private investors, bringing the startup’s total funding up to over $10 million. We previously scooped the startup’s $4 million infusion (which was part of this round) in September. Alice.com raised $4.3 million in Series A funding from Kengonsa Capital Partners and DaneVest Capital in… → Read More
Alice.com, the retail platform for household goods, has raised $4 million in a Series B round according to an SEC filing. According to the filing, the company is trying to raise an additional $2 million in this round. The startup had previously raised $4.3 million in Series A funding from Kengonsa Capital Partners and DaneVest Capital in November of 2008.
Launched in June, Alice.com is an open… → Read More
Ever run out of toilet paper or trashbags at an inopportune moment and think to yourself, I wish I had someone to remind me when I need to buy household basics? Tonight at 9 pm, Alice.com will show you a better way to buy household essentials online that will not only remind you when you need more toilet paper but will save you time, and most importantly, money.
The basic idea behind Alice.com… → Read More
As serial a serial entrepreneur can get: Brian Wiegand and Mark McGuire, who managed to sell three companies in the past +10 years, most recently flipping social shopping service Jellyfish to Microsoft (which it later used to create Live Search Cashback), have raised $4.3 million for their new startup, Alice.com.