Walmart Partners With Curated Children Stylebox Kidbox
Walmart will make Kidbox’s curated child clothing service available to customers on its website, offering seasonal clothes from a range of brands
Walmart has partnered with Kidbox Inc. to offer the latter’s child clothing subscription box on its website, Walmart announced Sunday.
Priced at $48, each box sold by Walmart contains several curated items from leading children’s fashion brands in accordance with the child’s preferences and taste, the time of year, and the latest fashions. The price represents a 50% discount compared to the regular retail price of the bundle of items, according to Walmart.
Founded in 2016 by Israeli entrepreneur Haim Dabah, New York-headquartered Kidbox uses proprietary data science and machine learning algorithms to customize its boxes. Walmart will offer the boxes as a one-time purchase or as part of a six-box subscription.
Kidbox operates a research and development center in Israel while its sales and marketing teams are located in the U.S., the only country where the company’s service is currently available. Kidbox has raised $28.3 million to date, according to Pitchbook data. Investors include Tel Aviv-based venture capital firm Firstime Ventures, Silicon Valley-based Canvas Ventures, and New York-based firm HDS Capital.