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Fancy is an NYC based company that allows you to "discover, collect and buy from a crowd-curated catalog of amazing goods, wonderful places and great stores."

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The Internet is essentially endless in terms of opportunities to find cool and interesting stuff, yet I often find myself visiting the same sites repeatedly. There is no excuse to be bored when you’re surfing the web, but it happens to all of us. Discovery still isn’t easy as it should be, and that’s why “curation” has been a big buzzword in the startup world over the past few years. Fancy “is the place to discover, collect and buy from a crowd-curated catalog of amazing goods, wonderful places and great stores.” They’re based in New York, NY, and when you land on the home page you might think that they’re just a blog, but they’re actually a company with more than $40 million in venture capital funding.

Oh, You Fancy, Huh?

The point of Fancy is to “find, share, and buy awesome things.” They get a lot of comparisons to Pinterest, and that’s fair, but e-commerce is much more deeply intertwined with the Fancy experience–you can actually buy stuff on the site. I’ll admit that when I look at Fancy, I don’t see a company with a $100+ million valuation, but when you look at some of their numbers, you start to see the potential. As of October they had more than 2 million users and were selling more than $200,000 per week. Obviously those numbers still need to grow a lot, but do appear to be going in the right direction. Once you start to dig a little deeper, you see that Fancy has dabbled in the deals, subscription boxes, and gift cards–all models with huge potential. I’m fascinated to see where they’ll end up. If you want to help determine the path, take a look at Fancy’s Careers page. Right now they’re looking for a Business Development & Operations Associate and a Customer Experience Associate. Both jobs look like a great fit for a new or recent grad.

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