Thrive Market Stock

thrivemarket.comFoodTech / Food Products & ServicesFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $301.33MM

Thrive Market, founded in 2014 by Nick Green, Gunnar Lovelace, Kate Mulling, and Sasha Siddhartha, is an e-commerce membership-based retailer with a platform designed to offer a carefully curated collection of high quality natural and organic products. Thrive Market's mission is to make healthy living easy and affordable for everyone.

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Management Team

Gunnar Lovelace
Nicholas Green
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Kate Mulling
Sasha Siddhartha
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder
Jeremiah McElwee
Chief Merchandising Officer
Karen Cate
Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Amina Pasha
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

Christopher Sobecki
The Invus Group
Dana Settle
Evren Bilimer
The Invus Group

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News Highlights

Thrive Market Now Climate Neutral Certified

Thrive Market, the health-first membership for conscious living, is proud to announce it is officially Climate Neutral Certified. Thrive Market joins the growing movement of companies achieving the Climate Neutral Certified Standard by measuring its 2022 greenhouse gas emissions, taking action on reduction plans, and offsetting their brand footprint with eligible-verified credits.

Thrive Market Partners with rePurpose Global to Fight Plastic Pollution

Thrive Market will be financing the recovery of verified nature-bound plastic waste, while driving change at an industry level through Plastic Action Working Groups.

How Thrive Market Reached $400 Million in Sales While Making Online Grocery Shopping More Sustainable

Co-founder Nick Green shares his approach to offering healthy food for cheap, in a way that helps the planet.
Updated on: Jul 23, 2024


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