Trove Overview

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  • www.trove.co
  • Brisbane, CA
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2012
  • Company - Private
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $10 to $25 million (USD)

CompetitorsUNKNOWN

Trove builds technology that allows brands to take control of their resale marketplaces, deepening customer loyalty and generating new profits. The company provides white-label technology and end-to-end operations that power circular shopping for premium and luxury brands such ...
Mission: To create a world with less waste.

Trove Reviews

4.6
93%
Recommend to a Friend
100%
Approve of CEO
Andy Ruben
Andy Ruben
22 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Amazing experience"

Apr 18, 2021 - Director of Software Engineering in San Francisco, CA
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Mission based organization, rooted in sustainability both in the mission and in the way the the company operates. Culture fosters taking measured risks, promoting unity and accountability. Strong

Cons

It's a start up quickly maturing. So, not a con, per say, but if you don't want an environment where the cement is being poured and/or drying here and there, it may not be the place for you.

Advice to Management

Stay focused on culture. It will drive our success.
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Diversity & Inclusion at Trove

4.5
(6 Reviews)

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Trove Interviews

Experience
Positive25%
Negative38%
Neutral38%
Getting an Interview
Applied online100%
Difficulty
2.4
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  1. Partner Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Trove (United States)

    Interview

    The entire interview process felt impersonal and seemed like the team was very unorganized. The phone screen was ~10 minutes out of the 30 blocked off, and during second round interview was asked about many things that didn't pertain to original job posting. During the interview process the company changed the job description and title twice without letting me know and 1.5 weeks later got an automated follow up email to say that I was no longer being considered.
    Interview

    Nothing too hard, fairly straightforward.

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Company Updates

February 16, 2021
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In Forbes - Gold In Your Closet: The Startup Helping Patagonia And Levi’s Cash In On The Resale Boom Trove CEO Andy Ruben says brands have no choice but to get into resale. “Not being in this space is a very risky decision, given the growth and importance of it.” The packages come every day by the hundreds, hauled in on pallets and torn open by a small army of workers. The contents are always a surprise. An Arc’teryx winter coat that no longer fits. Patagonia boots used to hike the Pacific Crest Trail last summer. The 80,000-square-foot warehouse outside San Francisco is the central nervous system for Trove, the big-brand reseller setting up shop at the crossroads of retail’s tumultuous present and potentially transformative future. “It’s soup to nuts,” says Ruben, whose operation helps companies capitalize on used goods that their customers would ordinarily pawn at vintage shops or dump into landfills. “It’s resale in a box.” Secondhand products represent a $28 billion business that’s expected to more than double to $64 billion by 2024.
Shared image - Gold In Your Closet: The Startup Helping Patagonia And Levi's Cash In On The Resale Boom - Trove
Gold In Your Closet: The Startup Helping Patagonia And Levi's Cash In On The Resale Boom - Trove
glassdoor.com
February 16, 2021
KEY NOT FOUND: company-updates.categories.company-news
Trove, a company that powers circular shopping for leading brands, including Levi’s, Patagonia, REI, Eileen Fisher and Arc’teryx, today announced that it has appointed Gayle Tait as President and Chief Operating Officer. Tait brings more than two decades of global general management, marketing and commercial experience spanning consumer goods, payments, e-commerce and digital marketing from her time at L’Oréal and Google. She will report directly to CEO Andy Ruben. Tait’s appointment follows a year of milestone achievements for Trove, including significant revenue growth, a new partnership with Levi’s, sustainability progress and industry recognition. “Circular shopping is the fastest-growing retail segment and we’re very excited to have Gayle join us at this key moment to further propel our growing business,” said Andy Ruben, CEO of Trove. “Her leadership experience and industry expertise will be invaluable as we continue on our quest to build the leading recommerce technology platform enabling brands to control their resale market and reduce their environmental impact.”
Shared image - Trove Appoints Gayle Tait as President and Chief Operating Officer - Trove
Trove Appoints Gayle Tait as President and Chief Operating Officer - Trove
glassdoor.com

Trove Awards & Accolades

  • Fast Company’s 50 Most Innovative Companies for 2020Fast Company2020
  • Key Player to WatchGreenBiz2019

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