If you read our news pieces regularly you’ve probably noticed that a lot of them lately have talked about ways to get deals and breaks and giveaways using tech. There’s two reasons for that: It’s the holiday season, so we’re getting a lot of news items about that; and we love bringing you news about ways you can save yourself some money (especially at this time of year!). And speaking personally as a guy who loves (as my son Joseph says) “living in the future”, I am totally stoked by the fact that more and more companies are cottoning to the fact that they can pull in customers from all over the country–and heck, the world!–by plugging in to our networked universe. Even with really nice, fancy furniture, for example:
, is the web’s first and only local-centric daily deals site for designer furniture and home goods. You could even say we’re like the Groupon of luxury living, but that wouldn’t be doing complete justice to our innovative business model.
1. Unlike existing models that partner with retailers to provide deals to consumers, we’ve essentially cut out the middle man and provided a direct line to the manufacturer, which equals steeper discounts for our members. We also provide a state-specific user experience, which means that a user in Nevada will see exclusive products by manufacturers nearby. This helps to further reduce costs and minimize shipping time – not to mention add a nice personal touch to each shopping experience. Above all, Rosingly’s claim to fame is its tastefully curated product offerings that capture the hearts and minds of our customers.
2. Currently, Rosingly is about 12,000 users strong and growing – and we haven’t even had our official launch! We will be making our public debut on Friday, November 16.
3. Our marketing partners include such notable names as Google Offers, KGB Deals, and Living Social, and we expect our brand to grow in its influence.
4. At the moment, we are focusing on our New York and California offerings. Starting in 2013, members can expect to see us expand nationally to provide a true selection of state-specific offers.
Good looks makes for good living.
Been looking for some nice furniture? Well, surf on over and check it out and if you do, be sure to let us know how it went below!
(And that’s pronounced “day-core”, by the way. Sami’s a Cajun; she knows French!)