Italy’s Quattrocento Joins The Race To Become The Warby Parker Of Europe

Italy’s Quattrocento Joins The Race To Become The Warby Parker Of Europe

By Mike Butcher Warby Parker has garnered a lot of interest for a glasses company, not least from the tech press. It allowed customers to order and try on several pairs of brand-name glasses that retailed for under $100 before buying, then offered the glasses at a discount by cutting out third parties and sending directly to consumers. As a result of this model, it’s raised $100 million and is now… Read More

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