50 Companies That Use Pinterest [2024]

Updated: May 21st, 2022

Discover information on the web mainly using images and on a shorter scale, GIFs and videos.

We put together a list of the biggest companies that use Pinterest, along with some Pinterest testimonials and Pinterest case studies.

Here's the list:

1. DULO

DULO is a men's clothing line started by Julian Samarjiev in 2017. DULO uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$1.23K / month
Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands

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Creating A New Type of Dress Shirt And Launching From Amsterdam

DULO founders Julian and Marin bootstrapped their dress shirt business and launched in November 2017, with their biggest driver of sales being personal interactions and word-of-mouth, attracting customers with a return rate of 0%, and plans including increasing Facebook Ads.

Read by 6,481 founders

2. Sawyer

Sawyer is a children's clothing business started by Cameron Olthuis in 2017. Sawyer uses Pinterest for their business.

Team
2 founders / 3 employees
Location
Park City, Utah, USA

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Starting a Kids Clothing Brand and Growing to $12k/mo

Sawyer, a direct-to-consumer kids clothing brand, encourages kids to explore nature through durable products with striking designs; despite being bootstrapped and manufacturing in house, the brand growth sees consumers frequently purchasing up to 8 times in less than a year, with a solid brand strategy based on quality products and timeless design.

Read by 14,043 founders

3. Bay Sports

Bay Sports is a kayak store started by Hamish in 2012. Bay Sports uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
2 founders / 1 employees
Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Growing A Kayaks & Outdoor Gear Company to $100k/mo

Bay Sports, an online water sports business, started with just kayaks and now offers a wide range of products, able to offer competitive prices due to being primarily online, with over 70% of customers shopping on mobile devices, emphasizing the importance of a strong online presence.

Read by 7,252 founders

4. MindJournal

MindJournal is a journal brand started by Ollie Aplin in 2016. MindJournal uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
2 founders / 3 employees
Location
London, UK

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Creating a Journal to Help Men Around the World

MindJournal is a journaling brand for guys that has helped over 3,000 men feel more in control of their emotions and improve their life satisfaction and self-worth.

Read by 12,012 founders

5. TomboyX

TomboyX is a men's underwear brand started by Fran Dunaway in 2013. TomboyX uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$2M / month
Team
2 founders / 34 employees
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA

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How A Gender Neutral Garment Became A $500K/Month Business

TomboyX, a gender-neutral clothing company, has consistently increased its revenue over 100% each year and expanded from zero employees to 15 in just two years by focusing on quality underwear and listening to customer feedback.

Read by 11,086 founders

6. Happily Ever Borrowed

Happily Ever Borrowed is a wedding rental business started by Brittany Finkle in 2011. Happily Ever Borrowed uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$5K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
New York, USA

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Starting a Wedding Accessories Rental Business and Growing to $5,000/Month

Luxury e-boutique Happily Ever Borrowed rents bridal accessories to brides for their special day, offering high-end designer accessories for around 80-90% off retail prices.

Read by 12,411 founders

7. Ventana Surfboards & Supplies

Ventana Surfboards & Supplies is a surfboard business started by David Dennis in 2014. Ventana Surfboards & Supplies uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$8K / month
Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
California, USA

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Growing A Business Selling Surfboards As Pieces of Art

Ventana Surfboards & Supplies co-founder David Dennis discusses their environmentally responsible surf company that has seen their boards triple in value over the last three years, and has grown a profitable eco-apparel line, focusing on compelling content and stories to attract customers.

Read by 7,424 founders

8. Think Crucial

Think Crucial is an appliance repair business started by Chad Rubin in 2008. Think Crucial uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA

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Starting A Vacuum Business and Growing to $100k/month

Chad Rubin, founder of Think Crucial and CEO of Skubana, shares his experience in building and scaling his e-commerce business from scratch using scrappy tactics and integrated e-commerce management software.

Read by 7,428 founders

9. Dick At Your Door

Dick At Your Door is a dessert boxes store started by Adam Hascall in 2015. Dick At Your Door uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$125K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
California, USA

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I Make $1.5M/Year Shipping Chocolate Penises To Your Friends

Dick At Your Door is an e-commerce shop that grew almost 10x within the last eight months by selling anonymous pranks such as 5 oz chocolate penises, and its founder shares his journey that started as a joke to becoming a professional chocolatier.

Read by 16,166 founders

10. Mini Materials

Mini Materials is a woodworking business started by Jared Waters in 2015. Mini Materials uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
Portland, OR

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I Make $20K/Month Selling Tiny Cinder Blocks Online

Startup Mini Materials sells miniature masonry and woodworking supplies with a cult following gained through viral videos, social media and email newsletters.

Read by 30,752 founders

11. Auction King

Auction King is an auction platform started by Aaron Varsha in 2015. Auction King uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
1 founders / 6 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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Launching and Growing a Digital Live Auction House

Auction King, a live online auction website for unique items, overcame issues with buggy sites and lost inventory to become a profitable business with plans to expand, as well as packaging and selling their software to other auction houses.

Read by 9,013 founders

12. Social Reach

Social Reach is a social media marketing service started by Stephen Wright in 2018. Social Reach uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$6.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
England, United Kingdom

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Launching a Mini Dirt Bike Shop and Growing To £6,000/Month

Micro Bikes UK is a successful e-commerce store specializing in kids quad bikes and dirt bikes with petrol engines, currently on track to hit six-figures in revenue with strong branding and a solid after-sales service.

Read by 8,564 founders

13. w.o.d.welder

w.o.d.welder is a skin care product line started by Keegan Pafford in 2013. w.o.d.welder uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$35K / month
Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
Greenland, New Hampshire, USA

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Starting a Natural Skin-care Product Line for Athletes And Growing to $35,000/month

Co-founder Keegan Pafford shares the story behind w.o.d.welder, a 4-year-old athletic essential company that specializes in natural skin care for athletes and active lifestyles; the business was built on Instagram and generated $86,000 in sales during its first year, with growth continuing through engaged interactions with customers and expansion of product lines.

Read by 7,493 founders

14. De Novo Nutrition

De Novo Nutrition is a supplements company started by Ben Esgro in 2013. De Novo Nutrition uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
Archbald, Pennsylvania, USA

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Starting A Supplements Nutrition Company and Growing to $20k/month

De Novo Nutrition is a multinational dietary supplement company specializing in cognitive enhancers, best known for one of the first standalone nootropic blends, achieving significant growth after being mentioned on the Tim Ferriss podcast; the company prioritizes providing value to its target audience through content marketing, with a focused approach on customer service, transparency, and doing the right thing.

Read by 16,264 founders

15. Lazyjack Press

Lazyjack Press is a preppy clothing business started by Miriam Zelinsky in 2012. Lazyjack Press uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$21K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

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I Started A Preppy Clothing Brand That Makes $21K/Month

Lazyjack Press, a luxury men's accessories brand, offers high-quality, Italian silk ties, pocket squares, bow ties, and socks with uniquely named designs and a focus on fun, appealing to audiences of all ages, and is primarily sold through trade shows and pop-up shops.

Read by 19,906 founders

16. Alitura Naturals

Alitura Naturals is a skin care product line started by Andy Hnilo in 2014. Alitura Naturals uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
1 founders / 6 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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Near Fatal Car Crash to $150k/month Selling Skincare Products

Andy Hnilo, founder of Alitura Naturals, shares how his life-changing accident led to the creation of a successful all-natural skincare line with over 1000 reviews at an average 4.9/5.0 rating, sold in 76 countries and counting.

Read by 11,976 founders

17. Spuds

Spuds is an athletic clothing line started by Paul Dickey in 2017. Spuds uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$15K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Raising $15,000 for a Cross-Functional Pair of Shorts

Spuds, a men's performance apparel company founded by Paul Dickey, successfully raised funds on Kickstarter in 2017 to create their unique Classic Short range, made with a fabric that combines style and comfort but is also packed with technology and high-performance features, and hopes to fill the gap in the market for men's activewear that looks good but also performs well.

Read by 6,671 founders

18. The Canvas Works

The Canvas Works is a photo printing business started by Patrick Ryan in 2007. The Canvas Works uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$35K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees
Location
Ireland

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$35K Per Month Selling Photo Prints and Expanding International

The Canvas Works, a small, independent photo printing website based in County Cork that specialises in canvas and framed prints, has launched sites in the UK and US and will soon roll out native apps on iOS and Android; founder Patrick Ryan says the Irish company, which has focused exclusively on the domestic market until now, is earning a monthly income of up to $50,000, with "great potential" for growth.

Read by 6,650 founders

19. HUSKYBEARD

HUSKYBEARD is a dropshipping men's grooming products started by Ray Moyers in 2016. HUSKYBEARD uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$3.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Queen Creek, Arizona, USA

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Growing And Selling An Online Beard Care Business

A 22-year-old Korean American entrepreneur shares the story of how he pivoted from a beard growth cosmetic business to a beard care brand, built a strong community with a 30% customer retention rate, and scaled to a six-figure revenue with primarily Facebook ads.

Read by 16,455 founders

20. Encircled

Encircled is a women's clothing line started by Kristi Soomer in 2012. Encircled uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
1 founders / 10 employees
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Embracing A Minimalist Wardrobe And Building A Business Around It

Encircled is a sustainable fashion brand that has achieved over 300% growth in the past two years through a direct-to-consumer eCommerce model and a focus on versatile, responsibly-made, and timeless designs, with a marketing strategy that emphasizes content and email.

Read by 5,388 founders

21. Crawford Denim and Vintage Co.

Crawford Denim and Vintage Co. is a denim brand started by Susie Shaughnessy in 2013. Crawford Denim and Vintage Co. uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$2K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Manhattan Beach, California, USA

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Being A Maker And Launching A Premium Denim Brand

Learn how Susie Shaughnessy created Crawford Denim and Vintage Co, a small-batch denim brand that mixes vintage and modern styles and is made in California from USA goods and deadstock and how she scaled back the business last year and is focusing on incremental growth and working with boutiques and increasing unique denim styles.

Read by 7,061 founders

22. BrüMate

BrüMate is a drinkware brand started by Dylan Jacob in 2016. BrüMate uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$12M / month
Team
1 founders / 57 employees
Location
Denver, Colorado, USA

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I Grew A Drinkware Brand To $1.1M/Month At 23 Years Old

BruMate is a successful insulated drinkware brand focused on the adult beverage community, with a flagship product that generated $2.1M in sales in 2017 and is now doing over $1.1M per month in sales, with plans to do $20M this year.

Read by 107,962 founders

23. Suffolk Latch Company

Suffolk Latch Company is a furniture business started by Carl Benson in 2007. Suffolk Latch Company uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$70K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Clare, England, United Kingdom

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How I Started A Small Online Retail Business Making $45K/Month

Suffolk Latch Company, an online store specialising in traditional and hand forged ironmongery, has experienced a 20% increase in turnover compared to the previous year despite economic turbulence, attracting and retaining customers through a multi-pronged approach of Google ad campaigns, reviews and social media, blog articles, and selling through eBay and Amazon.

Read by 7,671 founders

24. ScrubzBody Skin Care Products

ScrubzBody Skin Care Products is a skin care product line started by Roberta Perry in 2006. ScrubzBody Skin Care Products uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$16.3K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
Farmingdale, New York, USA

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Creating A Product For Yourself And Turning It Into A Business

ScrubsBody Skin Care uses customer service and specialty parties to grow slowly and steadily from Kitchen to being offered in 28 Whole Food Markets, and after being the finale episode on Sell it Like Serhant they experienced rapid growth both in store and online.

Read by 22,103 founders

25. SWAGGER Magazine

SWAGGER Magazine is a digital magazine started by Drew Williams in 2007. SWAGGER Magazine uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$50K / month
Team
1 founders / 25 employees
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Swagger: Starting A Digital Men's Magazine

SWAGGER Magazine is a digital lifestyle magazine for men, with a focus on lifestyle, fashion, gear, food, dating and business and careers, pulling in 1-2K per month in revenue through sponsored posts and celebrity features, and growing rapidly with 60k social media following and a growing audience.

Read by 8,067 founders

26. Xero Shoes

Xero Shoes is a shoe brand started by Steven Sashen in 2009. Xero Shoes uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$4M / month
Team
2 founders / 67 employees
Location
Broomfield, Colorado, USA

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Xero Shoes: Growing A Shoe Brand to $460K/month

Xero Shoes, co-founded by Steven Sashen, is a minimalist shoe company that has grown at a rate of 80-102% per year since 2014, with 2017 sales of $5.53M, and has been repeatedly listed as one of INC. 5000’s fastest-growing companies, and has a projected $15M in sales for 2019.

Read by 15,560 founders

27. Jamie Clawson

Jamie Clawson is a leather business started by Jamie Clawson in 2011. Jamie Clawson uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$4K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
New York, USA

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Being A Solo Founder and Manufacturing Your Own Products

A designer founded a leather manufacturing business which started as a one-person operation, costs were kept low by making products to order and the most cost-effective way of attracting and retaining new customers was through email and newsletters.

Read by 4,941 founders

28. Cape Whoopies, Maine's Gourmet Whoopie Pie LLC

Cape Whoopies, Maine's Gourmet Whoopie Pie LLC is a dessert boxes store started by Marcia Wiggins in 2013. Cape Whoopies, Maine's Gourmet Whoopie Pie LLC uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$80K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
South Portland, Maine, USA

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Building A $200K/Year Pie Business From Our Home Kitchen

Cape Whoopies increased their total sales by 40% by partnering with a coffee shop, scaled their business up by doubling their equipment and incorporating temperature-tracking computer chips to test the temperature for shipping, and grew by 150%, making 47% of sales online and the remaining 53% from their brick & mortar storefront.

Read by 11,936 founders

29. Kitchen Safe

Kitchen Safe is a tupperware business started by David Krippendorf in 2012. Kitchen Safe uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
3 founders / 18 employees
Location
Southlake, Texas, USA

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Transforming One Idea Into A $150K/Month Business

The founder of Kitchen Safe, David Krippendorf, invented the world's first time-lock container that has helped customers avoid snacking on junk food along with other temptations, with over half of the users also using it for other non-food related items such as cell phones, cigarettes, and credit cards.

Read by 10,018 founders

30. GhostBed by Nature's Sleep

GhostBed by Nature's Sleep is a bedding company started by Marc Werner in 2001. GhostBed by Nature's Sleep uses Pinterest for their business.

Team
2 founders / 100 employees

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31. Lever Gear

Lever Gear is a multi-tool brand started by Mike Scully in 2015. Lever Gear uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$42K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Greenville, South Carolina, USA

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Inventing A Keychain Tool And Growing to $42K/Month

Lever Gear, a company that designs everyday carry tools, has sold over 25,000 Toolcard Pros in over 80 countries since their successful Kickstarter campaign in Spring 2016, and are currently looking to expand through U.S. online marketplaces, Amazon Europe and brick and mortar retailers, as well as developing new products and curating EDC products that align with their mission.

Read by 6,419 founders

32. KPOP Foods

KPOP Foods is a hot sauce business started by Theo Lee in 2017. KPOP Foods uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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How Two Students Made $100K Bringing Korean Hot Sauce To America

KPOP Foods, a Korean food company, generated nearly $100,000 in revenue since last year through its successful Kickstarter campaign and Amazon's Choice badge; they have entered over 90 specialty stores throughout the west coast and are currently raising an investment round to expand their distribution into major retailers and are launching new sauces later this year.

Read by 9,858 founders

33. Love Is Project

Love Is Project is a jewelry product started by Chrissie Lam in 2017. Love Is Project uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

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Selling $1.2M Love Bracelets For A Good Cause

Love Is Project generated over $1.2 million in revenue by utilizing a "Pay It Forward" business model, creating 1,200+ jobs for female artisans around the world, and utilizing storytelling to attract and retain customers.

Read by 8,569 founders

34. Dollop Gourmet

Dollop Gourmet is an online food business started by Heather Saffer in 2014. Dollop Gourmet uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$30K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Rochester, New York, USA

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Dollop Gourmet: How Heather Saffer Grew Her Vegan Frosting Business to $30K/mo

Dollop Gourmet, a better-for-you gourmet frosting and dessert dip company, went from a successful brick-and-mortar bakery to a packaged food product in Wegmans and other retail stores, doing $30,000 a month in sales with a new flavor and snack product on the horizon, while Founder and CEO Heather Saffer is developing a business coaching program for aspiring and present entrepreneurs.

Read by 6,865 founders

35. Peaceful Fruits

Peaceful Fruits is a food startup started by Evan Delahanty in 2014. Peaceful Fruits uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$15K / month
Team
4 founders / 4 employees
Location
Akron, Ohio, USA

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Peaceful Fruits: Growing A Fruit Snack Business For A Good Cause

Peaceful Fruits, an award-winning for-profit social enterprise, sells organic, clean label, natural fruit snacks and has gone from $8,000 in sales in 2015 to $150,000 in 2017, employing 30 people with disabilities in their production facility and is an excellent example of a successful, mission-based business.

Read by 8,299 founders

36. Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs

Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs is a medical device company started by Amy Baxter MD in 2006. Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$208K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

article

How A Doctor Got On Shark Tank And Saved 31M People From Pain

Pain Care Labs, founded by a pediatric emergency doctor after inventing a vibrating ice pack bee, Buzzy, has sold over 31 million units while focusing on non-pharmaceutical pain relief, and recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for their latest product, DuoTherm.

Read by 24,463 founders

37. SmartyPits

SmartyPits is a deodorant brand started by Stacia Guzzo in 2014. SmartyPits uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$183K / month
Team
2 founders / 13 employees
Location
Bend, OR, USA

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How Stacia Guzzo Pivoted and Started A $58K/Month Deodorant Product

SmartyPits is a fast-growing deodorant company that has gone from making under $100,000 in 2016 to making over $500,000 by Q3 2018, after the founder's experience as a breast cancer survivor led to developing an aluminum-free deodorant.

Read by 13,997 founders

38. Outlaw

Outlaw is a soap business started by Danielle Vincent in 2013. Outlaw uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$380K / month
Team
2 founders / 13 employees
Location
Sparks, NV, USA

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Leaving The Cubicle To Start A $23K/Month Soap Company

Outlaw Soaps, a soap company that started with just $13.72 of supplies, now makes an average of $23,000/month, with 46% of website orders from repeat customers who are loyal to the company's unique products and top-notch customer service.

Read by 24,259 founders

39. CanvasChamp

CanvasChamp is a photo printing business started by Jainam Shah in 2012. CanvasChamp uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$1.5M / month
Team
2 founders / 180 employees
Location
Georgia

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How We Started A $1.5M/Month Custom Canvas Prints Business Online

CanvasChamp, a custom photo products company founded in 2012, has grown to offer 60+ personalized photo gift products with revenue of 1.5m$+/mo through SEO and successful digital marketing strategies.

Read by 25,134 founders

40. Dock and Bay

Dock and Bay is a towels business started by Andy Jefferies in 2015. Dock and Bay uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$450K / month
Team
2 founders / 12 employees
Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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How Two Founders Started A $5M/Year Business Selling Beach Towels

Dock & Bay co-founders started their lifestyle brand by reinventing the towel to be sand-free, quick dry and super absorbent while staying compact, generating a turnover of $5.4 million within a few years through Amazon and social media marketing.

Read by 12,275 founders

41. Crimibox

Crimibox is a mystery game store started by Jimmy Cowe in 2017. Crimibox uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$85K / month
Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
Ghent, Belgium

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$8K Per Month Side Project Helping People Solve Murder Cases

Belgian-based Crimibox has sold over 4,000 crime-solving games with monthly revenue of $8,000 and a retention rate above 38%, featuring real-life police files, an accompanying app, and a host of fictional suspects.

Read by 10,773 founders

42. The Modest Man

The Modest Man is a fashion business started by Brock McGoff in 2012. The Modest Man uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$4K / month
Team
1 founders / 8 employees
Location
Tucson, Arizona, USA

article

Starting A Men's Style Publication Reaching A Million People Per Month

Learn how one entrepreneur built a million-person audience across various digital channels while generating $10-15k in monthly revenue through advertising brand partnerships, digital products, and affiliate programs with his digital media brand focused on helping shorter men dress better.

Read by 8,230 founders

43. Battle Balm

Battle Balm is a skin care product line started by Dylan Jawahir in 2013. Battle Balm uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
San Diego, California, USA

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Creating A Topical Pain Relief Product And Doubling Business Every Year

Battle Balm, an all-natural and organic topical pain relief balm, has doubled its business year over year since its launch in 2013 and is now being courted by private investment firms.

Read by 7,915 founders

44. Sene

Sene is a women's clothing line started by Ray Li in 2017. Sene uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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I Started A $40K/Month Custom Tailored Clothing Line

Sene founder Ray Li used data science to replace the tailor, developing custom-fit clothing's luxury experience with a digital platform for men and women, generating $800,000 annual recurring revenue through Shopify and adjusting marketing tactics to opt for influencer campaigns focusing on visual photo and video content.

Read by 12,425 founders

45. Million Dollar Collar

Million Dollar Collar is a men's clothing line started by Rob Kessler in 2013. Million Dollar Collar uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
3 founders / 0 employees
Location
Atlanta, GA, USA

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How Rob Kessler Invented A Permanent Collar Stay for Dress Shirts

Rob Kessler, co-founder of Million Dollar Collar, invented the world's first permanently installed placket stay for dress shirts that has already helped people in 100 countries upgrade 200,000 of their own dress shirts, with aims of changing the dress shirt industry as a whole.

Read by 7,364 founders

46. Taylor & Hart

Taylor & Hart is a jewelry making business started by Nikolay Piriankov in 2013. Taylor & Hart uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$385K / month
Team
2 founders / 27 employees
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

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Starting And Growing A Jewelry Business To $4.6M/Year

Taylor & Hart CEO Nikolay Piriankov tells the story of the company's journey from a diamond trading business to an award-winning, disruptive e-tailer of custom-designed, ethical engagement rings and fine jewelry, offering a bespoke design service through specifically developed technology online and instore, and growing to £4-6M in annual revenue.

Read by 19,928 founders

47. Temples and Markets

Temples and Markets is a fashion business started by Judith Treanor in 2015. Temples and Markets uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$6K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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How Judith Treanor Started A Business Sourcing Products From Southeast Asia

Temples and Markets founder Judith Treanor sources handmade, unique and sustainable artisan products from Southeast Asia for her online store, curating accessories, bags, jewelry and home decor to appeal to conscious consumers aged 30-55 who love to travel, with a 24% returning customer rate and an online conversion rate of .33%.

Read by 6,725 founders

48. Any Old Vintage

Any Old Vintage is a lighting store started by Nick Griffiths in 2014. Any Old Vintage uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$35K / month
Team
2 founders / 3 employees
Location
Fowey, England, United Kingdom

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Starting A Lighting Store and Growing To $35,000 Per Month

Any Old Lights, a UK-based vintage nautical and industrial lighting store, has grown to turn over £250,000 annually by being on the forefront of SEO tactics and building their own Revivals brand of lighting, as well as sourcing and selling maritime antiques and curios.

Read by 11,328 founders

49. The Party People

The Party People is a party supply store started by Dean Salakas in 1986. The Party People uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$400K / month
Team
2 founders / 40 employees
Location
Sydney NSW, Australia

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Starting A Party Store And Growing Into A Chain

The Party People, Australia's largest party store with a multimillion-dollar turnover, shares insights on how they've grown from a small clown hire business to an online and brick-and-mortar party supply retailer by focusing on customer service and innovating in marketing and technology.

Read by 9,477 founders

50. Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd

Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd is a luxury brand started by William Forshaw in 2002. Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd uses Pinterest for their business.

Revenue
$300K / month
Team
1 founders / 14 employees
Location
York, England, United Kingdom

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$3.6M Per Year Selling Luxury Italian Leather Bags

Maxwell-Scott is a British-born luxury leather goods company handmade in Tuscany that sells to AB degree-level educated professionals with high disposable income and is now taking $400,000 a month across websites in 7 countries.

Read by 8,422 founders

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