thredUP is a fashion resale website for consumers to buy and sell secondhand clothing online. It is part of a larger Collaborative Consumption movement, which encourages consumers to live in a more collective, sharing economy.
thredUP is the nation's leading online marketplace for women's and kids' like-new apparel.
thredUP was founded in 2009 by James Reinhart, Chris Homer, & Oliver Lubin. The company is based in San Francisco, California, with additional offices in Phoenix, Arizona and few other location across USA.
thredUP is reinventing resale with a mission to inspire a new generation of shoppers to think secondhand first. The magic happens behind-the-scenes in thredUP’s automated Upcycle Centers, which have redistributed 65 million garments to date. With cutting-edge technology and fancy logistics, they’re shattering stigmas and converting skeptics.
thredUP is backed by investors such as: Trinity Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Irving Investors, Park West Asset Management, & Highland Capital Partners. The company raised $175M in it's most recent funding of a "Series F" round on Aug 21, 2016. This brings thredUP's total funding to $306.1M to-date.