Credit card company American Express and actor Will Smith are apparently sinking $53 million into online retail service The Fancy.
Pinterest competitor The Fancy got a little fancier today when it took on $26 million in a new round of funding, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
So you thought that recurring revenue streams are the sole province of funky web 3.0 services companies? Think again. They’ve been in existence since just after Gutenberg and the printing press.
Social e-commerce site The Fancy now offers a monthly subscription service
Zaarly, the online marketplace where users find and hire talented local builders and artisans, is announcing a new “Zaarly Anywhere” initiative that allows any site to enable offline commerce from online content.
Just a few short days ago, The Fancy added social commerce to its Pinterest-like discovery and sharing service. Today, the fast-moving startup added local commerce via Zaarly’s peer-to-peer marketplace.
Elegant discovery and sharing tool Fancy released a new iPhone and iPad app today, adding some simple social commerce to the mix that might just change the whole experience.