Co-founder Sean Percival is walking away from his CEO position at the children’s subscription clothing startup Wittlebee after it had trouble raising a Series A. Amidst a tough fundraising climate for ecommerce startups, Sean says he thinks Wittlebee will continue operating but it’s up to the board of directors. No replacement has been selected yet for the content ninja and former Myspace VP. → Read More
Wittlebee, a “Birchbox for babies” backed by LA’s Science incubator, is diving deeper into the products that form the core of its subscription-based kids’ clothes service: today it is announcing its first acquisition, the baby clothesmaker Cottonseed Clothing Company. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The acquisition will mean that Wittlebee becomes the exclusive distributor of Cottonseed’s… → Read More
Because I am going to be an awesome Mom, I will totally keep my ears open to the best possible options for my kids, because I’ve totally set my sights on that, focusing on family instead of career and all. Obviously.
Until hell freezes over then, I will be buying my more reproduction-friendly friends subscriptions to Wittlebee (rhymes with “little bee”), a Science-backed ”get random stuff… → Read More