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Despite financial woes, Birchbox plans to open a Paris store this spring

Last year, Birchbox went through several rounds of firings and eliminated a total of 50 positions in an effort to cut costs. In August, it finally received a much needed infusion of $15 million from its current investors.  Today, it announces that it will open its second retail location in Paris, modeled after its SoHo … Continue reading “Despite financial woes, Birchbox plans to open a Paris store this spring”

Last year, Birchbox went through several rounds of firings and eliminated a total of 50 positions in an effort to cut costs. In August, it finally received a much needed infusion of $15 million from its current investors. 

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Today, it announces that it will open its second retail location in Paris, modeled after its SoHo store. In 2012, Birchbox acquired a French beauty subscription box company called “Joliebox” and France is now the company’s biggest market in Europe. 


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Elizabeth Segran, Ph.D., is a senior staff writer at Fast Company. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts

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