The Best Ecommerce Companies in San Francisco
CEO Ram Tumuluri, “Ecommerce is on the rise, growing in tandem with consumers’ interest in online shopping. As ecommerce weaves itself deeper into the fabric of the tech community and lives of everyday consumers, brands enhance their appeal with unique products and services. Arguably, the core characteristics of successful ecommerce products are desirability, usefulness, reliability and efficiency. In this article, we’ve rounded up the 10 top ecommerce companies in San Francisco.”
Instacart – Grocery and household goods delivery
Even though Instacart was founded in 2012 Instacart is a perfect fit for the pandemic times and beyond. They enable users to shop at over 500 retailers and grocers. And, then they connect each user with a personal shopper who delivers the order. They even offer contactless delivery with their ‘leave at my door’ option.
Huckberry – Outdoor gear, clothing and accessories
Huckberry caters to city dwellers who love the outdoors. They sell a range of gear, accessories and clothing for everyday and seasonal outdoor time from travel accessories, footwear, firestarters, hats and hoodies to kitchen appliances. Huckberry’s secret is their ability to appeal to the culture of outdoor enthusiasts and their thirst for adventure.
Asana – Task management made easy
Asana enables companies to streamline project management across any team. The Asana web and mobile applications allow teams to organize tasks, track, check progress and manage projects. The company has even earned a reputation as a great place to work with perks such as rideshare credits, paid sabbaticals and even on-site yoga.
Allbirds – Sustainable shoes
Allbirds combine sustainability with a daily necessity. The Company sells comfortable shoes, flats and even clothing made from all natural materials such as merino wool and eucalyptus. Their brand appeal is all about comfort and natural material. Allbirds gives back with slightly used shoes going to communities in need.
Minted – Cards, gifts and décor from independent artists
Minted connects indented artists and designers with consumers. They sell stationery, cards, home décor and digital products. Minted crowdsources designs and art by organizing a monthly design challenge. Once the public selects the winning entries, Minted produces the winning art as products.
Balsam Brands – Holiday décor
Balsam Brands is a leading supplier of holiday home décor including Christmas trees. Founded way back in 2006, Balsam Brands has grown over the years to become a leading retailer. The Company sells their décor products directly to customers.
Heath Ceramics – Dinnerware, décor and furniture
Health Ceramics started as a small ceramic company in 1948. But, they successfully entered the ecommerce arena, retained their extensive customer base while staying true to their timeless designs. Today, the Company designs and crafts ceramic, furniture, home décor and accessories.
Chewse – Office catering
Chewse presents companies and organizations a chance to enjoy family-style meals from a number of local restaurants. When companies provide food preferences, Chewse assigns a team member to implement a meal schedule, set up and even clean up after each meal. The Company enables restaurants to partner with them without any overhead fees and sans the need for additional staff.
Grove Collaborative – Natural personal care
Grove Collaborative delivers natural personal and beauty care products to customers’ door steps. They offer an auto-replenishment service, allowing users to choose how often they receive the products. They strongly drive their core message of sustainability with their plastic and cruelty free products.
Taylor Stitch – Sustainable Men’s clothing and gear
Taylor Stitch strives to weave sustainable fashion for men. Steering away from traditional clothing manufacturing, the Company designs clothing and gear crafted to last in a responsible manner. Their core message is all about creating clothing and gear to get into the wild while protecting it.