Introducing Cratejoy for Shopify

Building on Our Roots Founded in 2013, Cratejoy began as a SaaS platform providing an all-in-one solution for people looking to start, manage, and grow their own subscription box businesses. In that time, we’ve built additional features to increase the capabilities available to merchants, as well as grow the subscription ecosystem by building the first-ever

SubSummit 2019: Retention Marketing 101

Welcome to Part 2 of our SubSummit 2019 overview! Today, we’ll discuss Retention Marketing 101 with successful box businesses Southern Scholar, Smartass and Sass, Snail Mail for Kids, and Faithbox. Why Retention Marketing Matters “Retention marketing” is a phrase that gets tossed around when you work in a consumer-facing business, especially a subscription-based one. Essentially,

Cratejoy is an all in one subscription commerce platform that includes everything you need to start your own subscription box business online.

SubSummit 2019: Effectively Identifying (and Marketing to) Your Target Audience

So you’re a subscription box entrepreneur at SubSummit this year and would like a record of Cratejoy’s panel discussions to supplement your notes. Or perhaps you’re still in prelaunch, preparing to launch your business and eagerly looking forward to SubSummit 2020. Never fear! To accommodate all our merchants, we’ve pulled together blog overviews of two

Merchant Spotlight: Ten Thousand Cookies

All Ashley and Hunter Greeno wanted was another child. So a few years ago, they decided to adopt. The problem? Affordability. Domestic adoption in the U.S. can cost families upwards of $40,000. So the Greenos decided to bake and sell delicious, gluten-free cookies to fund their adoption… and Ten Thousand Cookies was born. The idea

Merchant Spotlight: We Craft Box

We Craft Box, the Runner-Up winner for Cratejoy’s inaugural Subscription Box Accelerator Program, started with a simple idea. “Some of my fondest childhood memories are of crafting with my mom,” Betsy Wild, We Craft’s founder, tells me. But as a working mom, it was challenging to find the leftover time and energy to prepare fun