Shyp Stock

shyp.comIndustrialFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $63.65MM

Shyp is a consumer logistics solutions provider, combining innovative technology, finely-tuned operations, and a passion for designing delightful experiences, to save time and money on every shipment.

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Team

Management Team

Zeena Freeman
Chief Operating Officer & Board Member
Kevin Gibbon
President, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Dan Rummel
Chief Technology Officer
Joshua Scott
Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Hunter Walk
Homebrew
Scott Stanford
Sherpa Capital
John Doerr III
Kleiner Perkins
Zeena Freeman

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News

Update: Shyp founder and former CEO Kevin Gibbons tweets that a third party acquired Shyp’s brand and domain after it was shut down, and that he is not affiliated with it. For those asking, a third party acquired the @shyp brand and domain shortly after we shut down. I am not affiliated with …
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