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Just days after the bankruptcy of Thrasio, two other significant players in the world of e-commerce aggregators are merging and raising some extra money to shore up their business and…

Razor and Perch merge, raise $100M on a $1.7B valuation as more roll-ups consolidate

Thrasio, the U.S. startup that raised billions of dollars and popularized the concept of e-commerce aggregation — buying up and restructuring dozens of smaller brands and third parties selling on…

Thrasio, once king of e-commerce aggregation, files for Chapter 11

Founders of Lifelong Online have bought back a majority ownership and control in the Indian house of brands from Thrasio in what appears to be a retreat for the “Amazon…

Thrasio cuts stake, loses control in Indian house of brands in likely market retreat

Now that equity is getting increasingly expensive as investors are deploying more conservatively after last year’s fever, Upper90’s strategy could become more useful to founders than ever.

Upper90’s strategy of cutting checks with credit and equity may be more relevant than ever

Goat Brand Labs has raised $50 million in fresh funding as the Indian direct-to-consumer brand aggregator looks to acquire more premium brands and help them scale globally. Winter Capital, Vivriti…

Goat Brand Labs, a house of D2C brands in India, raises $50 million

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Post-pandemic reset leads to wave of layoffs in tech

OK, maybe it is a reckoning. Over the past week, we’ve witnessed an alarming amount of layoffs across the startup ecosystem, from buzzy, big names like Cameo, On Deck and Robinhood, to B2B platforms like Workrise and Thrasio. The common thread between most of these layoffs, according to founders, is that there’s been a shift…

12:17 pm PDT • May 6, 2022
Post-pandemic reset leads to wave of layoffs in tech

The layoffs and new CEO appointment are the latest developments in a series of ups and downs for Thrasio.

Amazon aggregator Thrasio begins layoffs, names new CEO

GlobalBees, which raised one of the largest Series A financing rounds in India earlier this year, has entered the unicorn club as the New Delhi-headquartered firm scales its Thrasio-like house…

India’s GlobalBees joins unicorn club for its Thrasio-like house of brands

One of the big leaders in buying up and scaling third-party merchants selling on Amazon and other marketplace platforms is announcing a major round of funding today as it continues…

Thrasio, the Amazon aggregator, raises $1B in fresh funding at a valuation of up to $10 billion

The universe of Indian firms attempting to replicate Thrasio’s success in the world’s second-largest internet market just got bigger. Three-month-old GlobalBees said on Monday it has raised $150 million in…

India’s GlobalBees raises $150 million to build Thrasio-like house of brands

10club, a six-month-old Indian startup that is building a Thrasio-like venture, said on Tuesday it has raised $40 million in what is one of the largest seed financing rounds in…

10club raises $40 million seed funding to build Thrasio of India

There has been a flurry of investments in startups focused on acquiring third-party sellers on Amazon and helping them build their businesses. The latest is Acquco, which aims to stand…

Led by ex-Amazonians, Acquco raises $160M to buy and scale e-commerce businesses

Thrasio, an early mover and leading player in the wave of startups emerging to consolidate and scale companies that sell their goods mainly via Amazon’s Marketplace, has raised some more…

Thrasio raises $100M for its Amazon roll-up play, appoints retail CFO for its next steps

A new breed of startups is acquiring and growing small but promising third-party merchants, and building out their own economies of scale. And while there are a number of such…

Valoreo closes on $50M to roll up LatAm e-commerce brands

The Amazon Marketplace roll-up play is well and truly underway. In the latest development, Thrasio — one of the biggest and earliest movers in the market to consolidate third-party sellers…

Thrasio raises $750M more in equity for its Amazon roll-up play