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Posted by Willy Franzen on February 8, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Marketing Intern||Los Angeles, CA|
|Editorial Director||Los Angeles, CA|
|Software Engineer||Los Angeles, CA|
|Vintage Intern||Los Angeles, CA|
|Search Engine Marketing Specialist||Los Angeles, CA|
|Marketing Specialist||Los Angeles, CA|
|Associate Merchandise Planner - Non Apparel||Los Angeles, CA|
|Senior Digital Merchandiser||Los Angeles, CA|
|VP People and Culture||Los Angeles, CA|
|Director Strategy||Los Angeles, CA|
One of the coolest things about the time that we live in is that the barrier to starting a business is essentially nonexistent. You can test your ideas on someone else’s platform, and if it works, then you build your own. Nasty Gal is a perfect example of this. The Los Angeles, CA based company began in 2006 when Sophia Amoruso “started an eBay store selling a highly curated selection of vintage pieces.” After finding success on eBay and validating the business, she started her own site where she could control the entire customer experience (and not pay eBay’s crazy fees). A lot of Nasty Gal’s stuff is pretty far out there–their home page has a huge picture of studded platforms that look like a medieval torture device–but it’s hard to argue with a brand that has nearly a quarter million Facebook likes.
The key to Nasty Gal’s success is curation. Even though they’re in the business of selling and not editorial, they’re seen by many customers as a guide to what to buy. If it’s on Nasty Gal, it has to be cool–and that begs the question: What is a Nasty Gal? She’s “the coolest girl in the room‚ pulling off whatever wildly unique piece that suits the mood.” I’m certainly not a Nasty Gal, but maybe you are. And if you are, you’d be a great fit for a job at Nasty Gal. Right now they have a few opportunities that seem like they could be perfect for a new or recent grad. These include Accounting Clerk, Production Coordinator, Software Engineer, PR Coordinator, and Planning Analyst. Hope you’re nasty enough.
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