Women's health

No longer a ‘startup’: Bulu Box goes from samples to subscriptions

No longer a ‘startup’: Bulu Box goes from samples to subscriptions

With its core business of sending boxes of health food and dietary supplement samples to consumers’ doorsteps, Bulu Box has enjoyed 300% revenue growth from 2014 to 2017. It's staff is poised to grow from 25 to 50+ by December 2017, and it plans to ship more than 2 million sample boxes in 2017—that’s more than 14 times its boxes shipped in 2016

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