BaubleBar has closed $10 million in Series B funding. Burch Creative Capital led the round with participation from Aspect Ventures, Triplepoint Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Accel Partners and Greycroft Partners. Based in New York, BaubleBar is an online jewelry retailer.
Today, July 29th, New York-based online jewelry retailer BaubleBar announced that the company has raised $10 million in a Series B financing led by Burch Creative Capital. Other participants in the round include Aspect Ventures, Triplepoint Ventures, Comcast Ventures, and existing investors Accel Partners and Greycroft Partners.
This round supports the growth of the business, existing retail partnerships with companies like Nordstrom and Anthropologie, and building out the company’s internal fulfillment and technology infrastructures.
BaubleBar co-founders Amy Jain and Daniella Yacobovsky are excited to have great partners involved in this round of funding, especially retail vet Chris Burch.
BaubleBar was founded in 2010. Jain and Yacobovsky set out to build the first go-to retail destination for on-trend fashion jewelry at an affordable price point and have disrupted the category with their consolidated supply chain and speed to market. The company has previously raised a $1.1M seed round led by Accel and a $4.5M Series A led by Accel and Greycroft.