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DECEMBER 2020

How Floship Helped LastObject Tackle Worldwide Shipping with Eco-Friendly Packaging

After raising nearly $800,000 each for LastSwab and LastTissue, LastObject started shipping their products worldwide. But handling the taxes and other legal issues involved in international shipping was challenging. 

Global Ecommerce Brands

DECEMBER 2020

How Floship Helped LastObject Tackle Worldwide Shipping with Eco-Friendly Packaging

After raising nearly $800,000 each for LastSwab and LastTissue, LastObject started shipping their products worldwide. But handling the taxes and other legal issues involved in international shipping was challenging. 

OCTOBER 2020

How Floship Helped Tushy Meet a Huge Spike in Demand at the Peak of COVID-19

In March of 2020, Tushy experienced a 10X spike in sales due to the toilet paper shortages of COVID-19. People who’d been shy about trying this new (to America) way of butt cleaning finally had a good reason to give bidets a try, with orders coming in by the thousands each day.

SEPTEMBER 2020

How Floship Helped Lora DiCarlo Ship To 15K Customers Around the World in 3 Days

Lora DiCarlo is a sex technology startup that rose to fame in 2018 after receiving the Robotics Innovation Award from Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Only a month after being awarded, however, it was rescinded due to what the organization called the “profane” and “immoral” nature of their products.

Successful Crowdfunding Projects

DECEMBER 2020

How Loop Mount Grew From A Crowdfunding Project To A Global DTC Brand

Loop Mount is a minimalistic phone mount for bikes. Quick to install, ergonomically designed and engineered to last, it gathered a cult following on Indiegogo and Kickstarter. By the end of the campaign, Loop Mount had 12,707 backers raising a total of US$872,507, exceeding their initial pledge for US27,400.

SEPTEMBER 2020

How Floship Helped Lora DiCarlo Ship To 15K Customers Around the World in 3 Days

Lora DiCarlo is a sex technology startup that rose to fame in 2018 after receiving the Robotics Innovation Award from Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Only a month after being awarded, however, it was rescinded due to what the organization called the “profane” and “immoral” nature of their products.