US maternal and infant products group buying website: Zulily (ZU)-delisting (2009)

Zulily, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZU) was established on October 16, 2009, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with 2,951 full-time employees. It is a well-known American shopping site for maternal and child products, providing children, women’s clothing and kitchen utensils and other products. The operation method adopts the consumer to place an order and then ask the seller for the goods, which greatly reduces the inventory risk. Zulily has developed into one of the largest independent e-commerce companies in the United States.


2 015 Nian 8 17, home shopping company Liberty Interactive Corp. ‘s QVC division to 2.6 billion US dollars acquisition Zulily Inc ..

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Zulily (ZU) Chinese introduction:

Zulily is a group buying website for maternal and baby products in the United States. It was founded by Mark Vadon and Darrell Cavens, the former CEOs of Blue Nile, a diamond online sales platform. Currently Zulily has more than 10 million users. , sends e-mails to these users every morning, providing a lot of discount information on goods, including toys, books, baby clothing, and so on.

Zulily serves mothers, and it sells women’s and infants’ clothing, toys and other goods. It will launch 35 new high-quality products every day at 6 o’clock, with up to 30% discount, limited time (usually off the shelves after 72 hours) and limited edition (until sold out). Zulily has firmly established the market segment of mothers and babies, and now has 10 million member users. It also launched a mobile client, which accounts for 30% of transactions on the mobile terminal.

As of the end of June 2013, Zulily has been the number one maternal and child e-commerce brand with more than 10,000 brands and more than 1.6 million products. It has sold 42 million products to 2.9 million customers and has high customer loyalty.

On August 17, 2015, the QVC division of home shopping company Liberty Interactive Corp. acquired Zulily Inc. for US$2.6 billion.

Zulily (ZU) investment:

Delisted due to acquisition.

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