Glossier Announces $80m Financing: ‘This Is The Future We’ve Always Been Building For’
Having started a decade ago as a beauty blog, Glossier now markets around 40 products across beauty and personal-care categories in the US and internationally with the same modus operandi: “We create the products you tell us you wish existed.” The company will use new funding, in part, to open new Glossier stores after shuttering its owned retail operations in 2020 due to COVID.
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