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  • Investor's Business Daily

    August 31, 2007


    “U.S. footwear sales are expected to reach $59.9 billion this year..Meanwhile, shoe firms continue to branch out to the Web to augment sales ..IAC/Interactive (IACI) acquired last year.”
  • USA Today

    August 28, 2007

    GQ: Five timeless fashion pieces

    “Rockport Margin in black, at”
  • The Washington Times

    August 25, 2007

    Shoe shopping online becomes more fashionable

    “Online footwear sales are expected to nearly double from $2.8 billion in 2005 to $5.5 billion by 2010. Forrester Research and Shop.Org attributed an expected 21 percent increase in online apparel, accessory and footwear sales this year mostly to expects to reach a record of 4 million unique visitors this month.”
  • Family Fun

    August 16, 2007

    New kicks for kids. Send them off and running to school or play in pairs like these

    “MERRELL RELAY TOUR..Boldly colored and multipurpose in functionality, Merrel's Relay Tour has a breathable mesh upper in a Mary Jane style, secured with an easy-closing strap for little fingers. Available at BIKERS AUTOMATIC..Teen and tween girls will love these chic, slim and functional peeps - for biking around the block or walking to fourth period. Available at IMPRINTS IMPRESSION..Made of brown suede and leather with gold, metallic trim and rubber outsole, this lace-up sneaker is stylish enough for school, parties and fun times with friends. Available at JAZZ - Saucony's trendy and fun retro sneakers are ideal for everyday wear or just gym class. Available at”
  • USA Today

    August 15, 2007

    Getting schooled in style

    “Attention ladies: Get an A for style this back-to-school season by wisely donning the key trends. USA TODAY's Fashion Team identified the top five fall fashion trends and asked experts to select a look for students in elementary, middle and high school and college...Metallics are big for fall and back-to-school, not only in accessories but in clothing, CosmoGIRL's McBratney says. Silver and gold share the spotlight with metallic pinks and blues this season...Reebok Prime Rage Evo in copper and black at”
  • The Oregonian

    August 14, 2007

    Selling the bags

    “Ellington goods are at several sites, such”
  • Footwear News

    August 13, 2007

    Economy Could Hinder B-T-s

    “Shoebuy is also feeling upbeat about the season...A dedicated Back to School Center on the site should help drive traffic...Key silhouettes for the season include sport-inspired styles, ballet flats, updated Mary Janes and wedge heels...Shades of red and green and metallics have been selling well.”

    July 31, 2007

    IAC Reports Q2 Results

    “Revenue growth was driven by strong gains at Shoebuy.”
  • Trading Markets

    July 31, 2007

    IAC/InterActiveCorp Q2 Profits Surges 78%

    “Retailing segment posted revenue of $701.4 million...positively impacted by significant gains at Shoebuy.”
  • San Luis Obispo Tribune

    July 03, 2007

    Shop site: Shoebuy (

    “The site Shoebuy just may be your new version of paradise. Thousands of shoe options, for men, women and children, by a ton of designers in every style you can imagine (sneakers, heels, boots, sandals, etc.) are just a click away.”
  • Womans Day

    June 01, 2007

    WD Solutions Your Money

    “If you don't already shop online, chances are you will. The Internet is rapidly becoming the shopping destination of choice for everything from designer jeans to furnace filters and everything in between. So what makes a retail website really great? First, the site must be user-friendly and easy to navigate. It has to offer great value for the money, excellent customer service, reasonable shipping rates and a generous return policy. If you're only going to biggies like or, you may be missing out on some terrific bargains. Try these It also offers two-way free shipping.”
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    April 21, 2007

    Online Retailers Where There Are No Strings Attached

    “Here is a list of online merchants that offer free shipping, year-round, no strings: Shoes, apparel, accessories --”
  • Footwear News

    April 16, 2007

    Web Sightings; The Internet's Most-Viewed Footwear Sites

    “Boston-based saw a big jump in its numbers, up 82 percent from February of last year.”
  • Footwear News

    April 16, 2007

    Internet Invasion

    “In just a few short years, online footwear retailing has gone from a risky experiment to a multi-billion business with massive potential...'sales are amazingly hot right now' said Scott Savitz, CEO of”
  • The Baltimore Sun

    April 06, 2007

    How to be Well-Girded for Gardening

    Functional and fashionable clothing prepares you for time in the back yard

    “But serious gardening requires a shoe that provides support for those uneven places in the yard, hillsides and banks and for stepping a spade into the earth, such as the waterproof, 3-eye Duck boot from Superior Boot Co., available at”
  • Dallas News

    February 13, 2007

    5 Sources for shoes of all sizes

    “Here's which calls workout shoes 'athletic' and offers them in a variety of sizes.”
  • Footwear News

    February 12, 2007

    Retailers Ready For Busy Spring

    Most footwear merchants bullish on season, thanks to fresh product, key trends and consumers' continued thirst for shoes.

    “Anne Crays at agrees that wedges are still striking a chord with women, as are platforms and peep toes. She's also anticipating that consumers will be looking for something with a little glitz this season. 'There's a lot of metallic, especially bronze, and anything with an eye-catching shimmer will be popular.. I've also seen a lot of mixed media, different colors and textures combined. And ornamentation seems to be pretty hot right now. It's jewelry for the foot'.”
  • Chicago Tribune

    February 11, 2007

    Online shoe sales take bigger stride

    “Online shoe sales are projected to increase 22 percent in 2007, to $3.5 billion, compared with 18 percent for apparel sales online, according to the e-commerce research firm. By 2011, online shoe sales are forecast to double to $5.8 billion.. New York Internet conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp., run by Hollywood magnate Barry Diller, acquired Boston-based last year.”
  • multichannel merchant

    February 06, 2007

    Financial Reports: IAC

    “Fourth-quarter sales for the U.S. retail division, which includes the catalogs, rose 4%, to $877.7 million. The February acquisition of online merchant Shoebuy accounted for much of the growth.”
  • MSN Money

    February 06, 2007

    IAC Reports Q4 Results

    “Retailing revenue growth reflects the results of Shoebuy, acquired in February 2006.”
  • Forbes

    January 29, 2007

    Supply Chain Leaders

    “This scrappy start-up footwear retailer gets the award for being a game-changer...Shoebuy accounts for a big chunk of the $2 billion online retail shoe market, and it puts off gigantic cash flow.”
  • BusinessWeek

    December 29, 2006

    the Year In Review: IAC/InterActiveCorp

    “IACI/InterActiveCorp's revenue advanced this year, helped by online properties including and, as well as gains from Citysearch and Ticketmaster.”
  • Sun-Sentinel

    November 28, 2006

    Cyber Monday gives boost to a roaring holiday start for retailers

    “Shoppers like Alva Bell Bullard, of Lauderhill, are helping make online shopping increasingly lucrative for retailers. Bullard, a corporate executive and mom, started her holiday shopping online Monday by visiting Web sites for JC Penney, Dillard's, and By late afternoon, she had spent about $600 on gifts. 'The days of me going store to store to store are over,' Bullard said. Shopping online is easier and less stressful, she said. 'You'll never find me in the stores the day after Thanksgiving. I can't stand holiday crowds.”
  • Press & Sun-Bulletin

    November 07, 2006

    Fashionistas are shakin' their booties

    “Wedges have been really popular,' says Teresa Tao, spokeswoman for, an online footwear retailer. 'Like flat boots, wedge heels look great when they have a higher shaft, lace up or have buckle embellishments.'”
  • MSN Money

    October 31, 2006

    IAC Reports Q3 Results

    “Retailing delivered higher total revenue in the quarter, reflecting the results of Shoebuy, which was acquired in February.”
  • Earth Times

    October 12, 2006 Launches 'Power Search ... For a Cause' to Support Breast Cancer Research and Education

    “ and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation are teaming up to offer shoe lovers a unique way to help fight breast cancer. The Internet's largest footwear supersite has announced that during the month of October, online shoppers who buy pink shoes or pink accessories can take advantage of the Company's 'Power Search ... For a Cause' initiative, expressly offered by Shoebuy to call attention to a disease that is diagnosed within the U.S.' population once every three minutes... The Komen Foundation is dedicated to collaborating with a variety of organizations to provide meaningful ways for people to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer,' said Cindy Schneible, Vice President of Resource Development at the Komen Foundation. 'We are proud to have the opportunity to partner with and provide shoe lovers nationwide with critical breast health information and the opportunity to make a valuable contribution to breast cancer research and community outreach programs.”
  • Shopzilla/BizRate Press Release

    October 11, 2006 receives Shopzilla's "Circle of Excellence" Platinum Award for 2006 and is recognized as a fourth-time winner

    Leading Shopping Search Site Recognizes the Very Best Performing Online Retailers

    “The award recognizes the very best online retailers in customer satisfaction, as judged by previous online buyers from those retailers... The success of ecommerce is, in part, due to the commitment retailers make to online customer satisfaction,' said John Phelps, president of Shopzilla. 'the Circle of Excellence winners all deserve to be congratulated for their dedication to pleasing their customers day-in and day-out.”
  • Mass High Tech

    August 25, 2006

    Retail shoe websites put their feet on different paths to Net success

    “Drop-shipping enables to offer - virtually - a larger inventory combined from all of its suppliers.”
  • Houston Chronicle

    August 02, 2006

    “IAC/InterActive, which is controlled by Chief Executive Barry Diller, said overall revenue was lifted by strong online performance, including the recently acquired and its search engine.”
  • iVillage

    August, 2006

    Shoes Blues: Shopping for Small-Size Shoes

    “Whether you're looking for dress shoes, sexy heels, athletic sneakers, sandals or business shoes, online shopping gives you a wide selection of small sizes in a variety of different styles. That's where comes into play. This wonder Website carries a variety of specialty sizes and styles for women who have trouble finding shoes that fit. It's a virtual shopping mecca for women looking to buy small-size shoes, with hundreds of styles from size 2 to 5, and it carries top brands such as Naturalizer, New Balance, Sebago and Sofft, to name a few. To top it all off, you can sign up to receive notification when new small shoes are added in your size. With free shipping and free returns, is a, ahem, shoe-in when it comes to best Websites.”
  • internet retailer

    May 02, 2006

    Internet sales at IAC/InterActiveCorp rise 94% year-over-year

    “Internet sales at IAC/InterActiveCorp, with a boost in revenue from acquired retailers Cornerstone Brands and, accounted for 26% of total U.S. retailing revenue for the first quarter ended March 31, up from 18% a year ago.”
  • Footwear Plus

    May 02, 2006

    Point and Click

    “Boston-based is one of a handful of very successful cyber-only shoe sites that are proving, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in annual retail sales, that consumers really love buying shoes online.”
  • Mass High Tech

    February 02, 2006

    IAC finds Boston's a good fit

    “IAC/InterActiveCorp of New York plans to acquire Boston-based dot-com survivor, Inc., an internet retailer of footwear and related apparel... Shoebuy, founded in 1999, carries more than 400,000 products from more than 250 leading brands...”
  • Boston Herald

    February 01, 2006

    Diller grabs Hub dot-com: joining IAC online portfolio

    “Boston-based Inc. has found a new fit with IAC/InterActive Corp., the Internet commerce company run by former Hollywood studio chief Barry Diller. The New York Internet conglomerate snapped up the online retailer of shoes and bags, adding it to a portfolio that includes Ticketmaster, the Citysearch guides,, and HSN (formerly the Home Shopping Network).”
  • internet retailer

    February 01, 2006

    “IAC/InterActiveCorp, which has a growing appetite for acquiring online retailers in promising niches, is purchasing Inc... the acquisition of ShoeBuy gives IAC/InterActive the chance to leverage and grow an online retail company that carries more than 300,000 products from over 250 manufacturers.”
  • Reuters

    January 31, 2006

    IAC in deal to acquire Internet shoe retailer

    “Internet media and commerce conglomerate IAC/InteractiveCorp. on Tuesday said it reached a deal to acquire, an Internet retailer of footwear and related apparel.”
  • Bloomberg Newswires

    January 31, 2006

    Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp to Acquire

    “Barry Diller's IAC/Interactive Corp. agreed to acquire, adding another niche retailer to electronic-commerce company that includes the Home Shopping Network television channel and Ticketmaster.”
  • internet retailer

    January 31, 2006

    Omit needless words

    The secret to successful e-mail marketing: Be succinct

    “ShoeBuy keeps its subject lines to fewer than 10 words, seldom uses more than 100 words in the body and always uses active language to solicit a response.”

    January 31, 2006

    Shoebuy, Don't Bother Me

    “IAC/InterActiveCorp agreed to buy, a Web retailer of shoes and apparel... It will become part of IAC's retailing sector, which includes and Cornerstone Brands.”

    January 31, 2006

    IAC/InterActive gets

    “Internet juggernaut IAC/InterActiveCorp on Tuesday, Jan. 31, said it acquired Internet footwear retailer Inc... Boston-based Shoebuy carries name-brand shoes and accessories, and apparel. It also recently launched and plans to extend into additional product categories.”
  • multichannel merchant

    January 31, 2006

    “IAC/InterActiveCorp, whose properties include HSN and the Cornerstone Brands catalogs, is acquiring, an online footwear merchant... Founded in 1999, Boston-based Shoebuy will join IAC's retailing sector, which includes its catalog division... Last year IAC bought Cornerstone Brands, whose catalogs include apparel sellers The Territory Ahead and Garnet Hill, for $760 million. Shoebuy recently launched, which, among other products, sells handbags, backpacks, luggage, wallets, and travel accessories.”

    January 13, 2006

    Careful Attention To Detail Helps Job Specialist Impress

    “I try to look my best when I dress,' says Heugel, an employment specialist..'I dress to encourage the people I deal with... 'Heugel gave us a few first-aid tips on how to dress to impress in today's casual work environment.' Pay attention to details, especially your shoes. A dirty pair of shoes can ruin an outfit... He purchased his $55 Stacey Adams shoes online at”
  • internet retailer

    January 12, 2006's holiday-focused keywords boosted sales and traffic

    “By monitoring what visitors searched its site for in November, developed a new set of Internet search keywords that helped to boost holiday sales... With help from this information, Shoebuy immediately saw a 25% month-over-month increase in December over November.”
  • Footwear News

    January 09, 2006

    E-tailers Cheering Robust Holiday Season

    Expanded Product Offerings, higher traffic translate into sales boon for online footwear retailers during end-of-year rush

    “Shoebuy had a really strong season... while the holiday season certainly added to sales... the current high-water mark is really a continuation of an ongoing trend.”
  • Boston Herald

    October 06, 2005

    “Boston-based online retailer has launched, a new shopping Web site that specializes in handbags, luggage, sports and duffel bags, and briefcases.”

    October 06, 2005

    Suggestions for where to find shoes in larger sizes

    “There's, which carries women's sizes all the way up to 17.”
  • Fox 5 KVVU - TV

    October 05, 2005

    Shoebuy Announces the Launch of Its New Site

    “ announces the launch of its new online store, The website specializes in all categories of bags and carries over 5,000 styles of handbags, luggage, sports bags and duffels, briefcases and more from leading brands..., founded in 1999, has quickly become the largest pure play retailer on the Internet specializing in all categories of footwear and related accessories. The Company is partnered with over 250 brands; represents over $1.5 billion in product on the site; and experiences over 3,000,000 visitors a month.”
  • Shopzilla/BizRate Press Release

    September 13, 2005 receives Shopzilla's "Circle of Excellence" Platinum Award for 2005 and is recognized as third-time winner

    Shopzilla Announces the BizRate Research Circle of Excellence Awards for 2005; Leading Shopping Search Site Recognizes the Very Best Performing Online Retailers

    “The award recognizes the very best online retailers in customer satisfaction, as judged by previous online buyers from those retailers. This year, 50 online retailers received the Circle of Excellence Platinum award... Smart retailers have long figured-out that good service equals sales. If it were not for the exceptional quality of service these retailers have provided consumers, online spending would not have flourished to the extent it has over the last 10 years of ecommerce, said Chuck Davis, Chairman of Shopzilla. The BizRate Research Circle of Excellence Awards serve to acknowledge those industry-leading retailers who make their customers a priority and raise the industry bar at the same time.”

    August 09, 2005 Is Recognized By Its Peers As #1 For Customer Fulfillment At the National eTail Awards Ceremony

    “Besting such heavyweights as Overstock and Ritz Interactive, footwear e-tailer ( was selected the winner in the Fulfillment Category at the 3rd annual eTail Awards.... According to Peter Hurvitz, CIO of H.H. Brown, the parent Company of such well known footwear brands as Born, Softspots, Nurse Mates, Bolo, Carolina, Sofft, Quark, Double H, Carolina and Dexter, 'We chose to partner with because of their steadfast attention to servicing the consumer. The sophistication of their technology allows for the consumer to only order what can be fulfilled and with over $1.5 billion in accessible inventory on the site, all being shipped manufacturer to consumer direct, this is no small feat. We think it is essential to partner with someone who believes in representing the integrity of our brands in the same way we would do in our own stores - and clearly hits the mark.”
  • The New York Times

    March 24, 2005

    Open Season For Toes

    “Clarks's Strand slides ($69.95 at had cute polka-dot embellishments and a cushioned footbed.”
  • Telegram and Gazette

    March 23, 2005

    Sole Survivor disproved skeptics by gaining foothold as Web retailer

    “The privately held business has prospered as a virtual shoe seller... Yet is not just about shoes. In 2002, the Web site added handbags for sale. Luggage joined the mix in 2003. The next category to go up for sale will be active wear.”
  • Footwear News

    January 03, 2005

    Right Click: Online Sales To See Greater Growth

    “For, and other Internet retailers, offering trend-right product is key in capturing consumer dollars.”
  • Mass High Tech

    December 20, 2004

    Winter Wonderland

    “Traffic to the '' web site has gone from 1.5 million visitors per month at the end of 2003 to 2.5 million per month today.”

    December 06, 2004 Rings in '04 Holiday Shopping Season with Record Setting November Sales

    “November's numbers indicate that, still in the early weeks of the holiday season, will far exceed what technology research firms Forrester Research and Juniper Research predicted as an estimated 20 percent increase over the prior year for Internet retailers this Christmas season... More than two million unique visitors shopped the supersite in November, choosing from over 300,000 footwear and related apparel products offered by more than 250 top brands.”
  • BizRate Press Release

    October 06, 2004 is recognized by as one of the 41 'Best of the Best' E-Tailers with 'Circle of Excellence' Platinum Award for 2004

    “In an effort to help steer consumers toward top performing online stores this Holiday season, today announced its fifth annual 'Circle of Excellence' winners. The award recognizes the very best merchants in customer satisfaction, as judged by previous online buyers of those merchants. This year, 41 online retailers won the 'Circle of Excellence' Platinum award. 'Online spending will keep growing as long as online retailers stay committed to providing the best customer service,' said Chuck Davis, president and CEO of We are particularly proud of Platinum Award-winning merchants because, day in and day out, these merchants make it a priority to make every purchaser feel special. In return, they will reap the rewards this Holiday season and beyond.”
  • Boston Business Journal

    July 09, 2004

    E-tailers Like Collect Their Just Rewards

    “Savitz (CEO, Inc.) beat out some serious contenders in Ernst & Young's 'Entrepreneur Of The Year' retail category, including Nick Lazaris, whose Wakefield-based Keurig Inc.'s office coffee machines brew an estimated 900,000 cups daily; and Michael Anthony, chief executive of ubiquitous mall retailer Brookstone Inc. of Nashua.”
  • Boston Business Journal

    June 25, 2004

    Scott Savitz,, 2004 New England Entrepreneur of the Year Winner

    Ernst & Young's 2004 New England Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards acknowledge the vision, focus, tenacity, and strength of the region's entrepreneurs. The 18th Annual Ernst & Young 2004 New England Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards honor the entrepreneurs' ability to innovate, develop and cultivate groundbreaking business models, products and services, and to realize their dreams.

    “By developing the technology and platform that allows for partnerships with over 200 top manufacturers, is able to avoid the typical costs that come from a brick and mortar business and offer its customers the widest selection... As a result, has become the largest retailer of footwear and related apparel on the Internet. The Company is experiencing over 1.5 million unique visitors per month and became profitable in October, 2001.”
  • Ernst & Young Press Release

    May 04, 2004

    Scott Savitz,, Inc. -- Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Finalist

    “Ernst & Young LLP announced today the selection of Finalists for the New England Entrepreneur Of The Year(R) Awards, one of the most prestigious business award programs in the world.. 'It is our honor and pleasure to recognize this diverse group of entrepreneurs for their ability to innovate, develop and cultivate groundbreaking business models, products and services,' said Bryan Pearce, Ernst & Young Venture Capital Advisory Group Leader and host of the 2004 New England Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year(R) Awards. 'through the recognition of these outstanding entrepreneurs, we celebrate the dynamic, diverse economy of New England, comprised of exceptional business leaders, whose contributions drive today's economy and tomorrow's opportunities.”
  • The Daily Deal

    April 21, 2004 (!) hauls in $9M

    “The 5-year-old dot-com had raised just $2.7 million in previous funding, primarily from founders and angel investors..'nurturing' growth to profitability before seeking professional investors..Shoebuy has partnerships with more than 200 manufacturers and represents more 200,000 products including Adidas, Aerosoles, Bass, Bostonian, Brooks, Clarks England, Dexter, Dockers, Dr. Martens, Ecco, Etienne Aigner, Fila, Florsheim, Franco Sarto, Hush Puppies, Johnston & Murphy and Keds.”
  • Mass High Tech

    April 20, 2004 closes $9 million in funding

    “Boston's Inc., an online retailer of footwear and accessories, has completed a $9 million series B expansion financing by Apex Venture Partners and Tudor Ventures... In addition, Lon Chow, a partner at Apex Venture Partners and Carmen Scarpa, a partner at Tudor Ventures, have joined Shoebuy's board of directors.... ''s solid management team, strong manufacturer relationships, and loyal customer base made this a compelling investment,' Chow said in a statement. 'We believe the breadth and depth of Shoebuy's product selections as well as its award-winning customer service will position the company as the preferred provider of footwear for anyone looking to make a purchase online.'”
  • The Wall Street Journal

    April 20, 2004 Inc.

    “ Inc., Boston, received $9 million in series B funding. The round included Apex Venture Partners and Tudor Ventures. Lon Chow of Apex Venture Partners and Carmen Scarpa of Tudor Ventures joined the company's board. is an online footwear retailer.”
  • New England Tech Wire

    April 20, 2004 Raises $9 Million in Second Round

    “Boston-based, an online retailer of footwear, has raised $9 million in its second round of venture capital, led by Apex Venture Partners and Tudor Ventures. Shoebuy's site features over 300 brands and over $1 billion of accessible inventory... 'the company has leveraged its model into 100% average annual revenue growth while maintaining profitability,' said Carmen Scarpa of Tudor Ventures.”
  • The New York Times DealBook

    April 20, 2004

    Top Deal Headlines

    “Having sat out the frenzied fundraising for Internet retailers in 1999, Boston-based Inc. took advantage of a tentative return of venture capital interest in dot-com retailing to raise $9 million from Chicago's Apex Venture Partners and Boston's Tudor Ventures.”
  • Footwear News

    April 12, 2004

    The Digital Players

    “The Web's importance to the footwear industry keeps growing -- not just as an adjunct to a retailer's or vendor's bricks-and-mortar business, but as a distribution channel in its own right... offers more than 50 categories, from boots to athletic to slippers, for men, women and children. The Website merchandises some 200,000 products..”
  • The Miami Herald

    April 09, 2004

    Aerosoles Succeeds with shoes that Combine Fashion, Comfort

    “They've definitely broadened their appeal,' says Anne Crays, Vice President of, an online shoe store that has seen demand spike recently for Aerosoles, which generally sell for $39 to $59. 'You see younger women wearing them now.'”
  • Footwear Plus

    February, 2004


    The Heavy Hitter:

    “Now the Net's largest footwear 'supersite', the Boston-based recently reached $1 billion worth of accessible inventory, putting it in the league of such prominent e-tailers as Amazon, eBay and Wal-Mart... The sophisticated site, which is jazzed up with photos of models, clear shoe shots and a muted red-and-gray design, provides eight different ways for consumers to reach the product of their choice within a minute. Browsers can search by gender; by featured styles and brands; by size, color, price and heel height; or by collections like 'Classics' and 'Bridal'.”
  • BizRate Press Release

    January 16, 2004 receives "Circle of Excellence" Platinum Award for Holiday 2003 is recognized as one of the 35 'Best Performing E-tailers As Rated By Online Shoppers During The Holidays'

    “The awards are based on the direct unbiased feedback, collected at the point-of-sale and after delivery of goods, from more than 1,500 customers per merchant. 'As online retailing operations become more sophisticated each year, and consumer satisfaction needs become more demanding, we are particularly pleased to pay tribute to the outstanding 8% of merchants who actually exceeded this year's industry average,' said Chuck Davis, president and CEO of While the majority of merchants provide good customer service - day in and day out, what makes the Circle of Excellence Platinum winners so noteworthy is they were able to surpass satisfaction standards during the busiest retail period of the year when a record-breaking level of online orders were placed.”
  • Miami Today

    January 12, 2004 Reports Record-Setting Month Over Month Sales as Shoppers 'Choose Shoes' to Fill Holiday Shopping Carts

    December Sales Grow Over 50% From Prior 30 Days Alone -

    “, experiencing its most robust holiday season to date, today announced that December '03 sales increased by more than 50 percent over November '03 numbers, signaling a record-setting end-of-year -- and holiday season -- for the four year-old online retailer. credits its ongoing success to offering a value proposition that makes it very difficult for the customer to say no. The site, which sells footwear, handbags, accessories and luggage, offers over $1 Billion -- roughly 5,000 'shoe stores full of goods' -- in accessible inventory from over 300 brands in a vast array of sizes, widths, and colors. Plus Free Shipping; Free Returns; No Sales Tax; Live Customer Service, and a 110% Price Guarantee.”
  • internet retailer

    December 09, 2003's November visits rises 40%

    “The Company attributes growth to a focus on customer service that includes free shipping on both orders and returns and $1 billion in available inventory tied to drop-ship agreements with more than 200 brands.”
  • Mass High Tech

    December 08, 2003 garners unparalleled foot traffic

    “, an online shoe shopping extravaganza that's not merely surviving the dot-com bust but marking 100 percent year-to-year growth and hitting the $1 billion 'accessible inventory' mark. Footwear Consulting Group analyst Mike Kormos says, The significance of achieving this level of product access is the equivalent of putting 5,000 shoe stores within reach of each consumer visiting”

    November 25, 2003 Has $1bn In Accessible Inventory

    “Online footwear retailer has joined the ranks of Amazon, eBay and Wal-Mart by having $1 billion in accessible inventory available on its website.”
  • Footwear News

    November, 2003

    Online Merchants Reporting Early Strength in High-Stakes Back-to-School Contest

    “At -- which has a Back2school section on its site with separate sections for kids, teens, college students and grads -- business is running up 20 percent so far in August 'compared to the prior month'.”
  • Entrepreneur Magazine

    June, 2003

    Net Profits

    “One company that has found success offering free shipping is, a Boston-based online footwear and accessories retailer..The Company has been offering free shipping on all its orders since 2000, when the site officially launched.”
  • SBANE Press Release

    May 23, 2003 -- SBANE New England Innovation Award Winner

    “Five firms from five different industries recognized for vision, success.. This year's New England Innovation Award winners, as diverse a group of entrepreneurs as we've ever had, prove once again that a powerful idea, combined with ingenuity, commitment and skillful implementation, can make business and personal dreams come true.”
  • Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    March 23, 2003


    “Espadrilles are some of the most versatile shoes around, says Priyanka Mukherjee, a merchandising associate with the online retailer As flats, they are simple and comfortable to wear with jeans, shorts and cotton dresses. For dressy occasions, the higher wedge heel is a good look.”

    Shop Espadrilles

  • internet retailer

    February 06, 2003

    “...''s' strategy has resulted in low customer acquisition costs, surging sales and consistent quarterly profits...”
  • Boston Business Journal

    January 31, 2003

    E-tail: Thriving on the Net

    “Shoebuy, which does offer free shipping, recently enjoyed its fifth-straight quarter of profitability”
  • Footwear News

    January 13, 2003

    Online Sales Shine Despite Holiday Seasons's Gloominess

    “While retail sales in brick-and-mortar stores were generally down or flat, online sales flourished..'' saw a steep rise in sales during the weeks before Christmas.”
  • Footwear News

    October 28, 2002

    Online Shoe Sellers Expect Bright Holiday of Solid Sales Growth

    “In the last two weeks, many Internet footwear purveyors have reported a pickup in traffic and sales on their sites as consumers start shopping for early holiday purchases... Shoebuy consumers were placing orders for slipper lines and other winter-weather related goods and shipping them to addresses other than their own, a sign that shoppers are already looking for gifts.”
  • Trail Runner Magazine

    October 01, 2002 awarded the Standard of Excellence WebAward in the 2002 WebAward competition.

    “Extremely clean design and clear navigation creates a quality user experience when reviewing products the site provider offers for sale.”
  • Health Magazine

    October 01, 2002

    “..Check, which offers more than 200 brands (including Aerosoles and Rockport).”
  • Mass eComm

    September 30, 2002

    On The Leading Edge of e-Business: The 2002 Mass eComm 10 Award Winners

    “These individuals are a testament to the power of the idea, and how the spirit of e-business is not a flash in the dark dot com that everyone says it is. They are proof that e-business remains at the leading is profitable, growing, and is the 'Net's largest retailer of its kind.”
  • Footwear News

    July 22, 2002

    Shoe e-tailers are now experiencing a resurgence in sales.

    Experts weigh in on what it will take to sustain the momentum.

    “...the site has grown to its current level of success because it consistently keeps costs low... One reason we went profitable is that we treated ourselves like a traditional business and not like a dot-com.”
  • Florida Today

    July 21, 2002

    The Shoe Fits

    “The attention on shoes is great, said Anne Crays, vice president at It makes women think about what they're going to purchase next. It gives them ideas.”
  • Mass eComm

    June 10, 2002 -- Mass eComm 10 Awards Finaliste-business leaders who are making significant contributions to the development and deployment of information and Internet technology.

    “The 2002 finalists for the Mass eComm 10 Awards all operate at the intersection of business and technology. They contribute winning ideas and best practices to e-business, and are high-impact forces of change in the way business is conducted.”
  • SBANE Press Release

    April 29, 2002 -- SBANE New England Innovation Award Finalist

    “SBANE's New England Innovation Award recognizes companies that have transformed their innovation ideas into a company, product or service that delivers proven value to their customers.”
  • Boston Business Journal

    April 19-25, 2002


    Dot-Com seeks firm footing

    “e-commerce site features more than 220 brands and 100,000 products.”
  • Footwear News

    March 25, 2002

    Online Retailers Bullish About Footwear Sales in '02

    “ has experienced a significant sales boost during 2002.”
  • Footwear News

    January 07, 2002

    Buoyed by Strong 4th Qtr., Footwear E-Tailers Look Ahead to Profitable '02

    Strong showing during 2001 holiday season prompts e-commerce operators to be bullish about sales and traffic throughout the year

    “Slippers, boots and accessories were among the top sellers for Shoebuy, with brands such as Rockport, Hush Puppies, and Skechers bringing in large chunks of business.”
  • KTLA 5 Los Angles, CA

    May 13, 2001

    Reviews of the Best Sites on the Web

    the "A List"

    “Brand-name shoes grace this online superstore...You'll find departments for men, women, teens and children. Browse featured brands or search by style, brand and price.”
  • Boston Globe

    April 23, 2001

    The consumer e-commerce winner

    “They also carved out niches that kept them away from head-to-head competition.”
  • Inc. Technology

    March, 2001


    E-Tailing by the Numbers

    “First you find a great niche. Then you set rigorous numerical standards and stick to them.”
  • Footwear News

    February 26, 2001

    Shoe Amazon

    “Having learned from the dot-com fallout,'s blazing its own path.”
  • National Public Radio

    February 02, 2001

    “No cool artwork or chic furniture, there are no foosball tables or pinball games. But what it lacks in style the Company makes up on the bottom line - When the Company launched its web-site last winter, there were more than a dozen Internet retailers already selling shoes... Now 12 months later is practically the only one left... Since the very beginning has paid on average $15 in marketing expenses for each new customer at its site. By comparison, the average Internet retailer was spending more than 5 times as much... has another advantage. Its website carries thousands of styles of shoes but the company has no inventory and no warehouses. Instead has relationships with 160 different shoe manufacturers.”
  • Footwear News

    January 22, 2001

    Shoe Sales Hit Seasonal High Note reported stellar holiday sales.

    “...Footwear sales via the Internet came into their own during the holiday 2000 season, as online and click-and mortar retailers logged healthy figures, a recent industry report revealed. Online sales of athletic and fashion footwear for men, women, and children raked in approximately $175 million during the holidays...”
  • New England Cable News

    January 10, 2001



    “The alarming failure rate of dot-com companies is well documented right now but many dot-commers are surviving and flourishing.”


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