ShipBob Stock

shipbob.comEnterprise Software / Business OperationsFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $369.98MM

ShipBob is a tech-enabled Third Party Logistics (3PL) business using proprietary software to power its fulfillment services. Users can distribute inventory across ShipBob locations, access ShipBob's 2-Day Express Shipping Program, manage orders and inventory, and access data. ShipBob was founded in 2014 by Dhruv Saxena and Divey Gulati and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

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Team

Management Team

David Pickel
Chief Financial Officer
Jivko Bojinov
Co-Founder & Vice President of Strategic Initiatives
Dhruv Saxena
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Brittany Smith
Chief Financial Officer
Divey Gulati
Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer, President & Board Member
Harshal Wanjari
Chief Technology Officer
Casey Armstrong
Chief Marketing Officer
Todd Bills
Chief Logistics Officer
Raji Bedi
Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Ira Weiss Ph.D
Hyde Park Venture Partners
Shawn Carolan
Menlo Ventures
Ajay Agarwal
Bain Capital Ventures

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News Highlights

US e-commerce unicorn ShipBob announces European expansion; to open 5 fulfilment centres in 2022 - UKTN (UK Tech News)

US e-commerce unicorn ShipBob announces European expansion and is all set to open 5 fulfilment centres in 2022.

ShipBob Raises $68M in Series D Funding | FinSMEs

ShipBob, a Chicago, IL-based ecommerce enablement technology company that provides fulfillment by bringing fast shipping options to ecommerce businesses, raised $68m in Series D funding

ShipBob brings in $40M to help e-commerce businesses compete with Amazon – TechCrunch

ShipBob has raised a $40 million Series C to assist small direct-to-consumer e-commerce businesses with streamlining the fulfillment process, so it's possible for them to maintain a well-managed inventory while getting orders out as quickly as possible.
Updated on: Jul 14, 2024

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