Trove, founded in 2012, is a company that is aiming to power the resale ecosystem for brands, particularly in the fashion and apparel industry. Trove is focusing on increasing customer lifetime value and promoting sustainable shopping practices through resale. Trove aids brands in selling pre-loved items, offering in-store trade-in options, and facilitating growth in trade-ins year over year. Their approach supports brands in designing profitable and scalable resale programs, contributing to a more sustainable and circular fashion economy. Trove is headquartered in Brisbane, California.

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Team

Management Team

Gayle Tait
Chief Executive Officer
Natalya Davick
Chief Financial Officer
Andrew Ruben
Founder

Board Members

Brook Porter
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Gabriel Kra
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Molly Breiner
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Murray McCaig
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Paul Straub
Claremont Creek Ventures

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News Highlights

Resale company Trove secures 30 million dollars in fresh funding
Resale tech company Trove has raised 30 million dollars in a series E funding round, bringing its total funding to over 150 million dollars since its inception. The US business, whose technology powers the resale services of brands including Lululemon, Patagonia, Nordstrom, and Levi’s, said the investment “strategically brings together experts in climate, technology, operations, and resale to further Trove’s impact on an international scale”.
Updated on: Feb 21, 2024

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