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Furnishly is a local furniture marketplace, in which individuals / small retailers strengthen their local consumer digital sales channel.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Chicago, IL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2012
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

Furnishly is a digital consumer marketplace dedicated to vintage and second-hand furniture transactions. While at the same time making it easy for individuals to sell high-quality itemsl or request consignment services, Furnishly offers simple solutions for local furniture dealers to gain a digital presence that strengthens their brand. Furnishly's revenue model is three-fold: fixed-fee store pages, transactional and consignment referrals.


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    Bryon Kenneth Finke
    Founder / CEO / Product Lead

    After completing an engineering degree at the University of Illinois, Bryon spent four years at Accenture Management Consulting. At Accenture Bryon worked in retail, oil & gas and life sciences, while also spending significant time in the Accenture Products Innovation group. After completing Code Academy in the Winter of 2012, Bryon decided to pursue Furnishly full-time. Always an opportunist, Bryon is incredibly excited about Furnishly to date.

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    Katy Manatt
    Business Development Lead

    With almost eight years of digital sales experience, Katy has been an invaluable addition to the Furnishly team. After spending two years at Pandora in its early days, Katy gained valuable corporate branding experience at Starcom working on the P&G Tide account. Katy has a true passion for vintage furniture and was investigating opening her own shop before joining the team full-time.


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    Brian Axelrad - Horwood Marcus & Berk
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Previous Investors

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    Taylor Caby - DraftDay / Cardrunners
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    Cole South - Cardrunners
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    Ezra Galston - Chicago Booth / Cardrunners / i2a