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News: JOOR Taps Kristin Savilia as CEO

March 6, 2017


Veteran retail and e-commerce executive, formerly local-marketplace president at XO Group, poised to steer innovative company through next phase of growth. Read more: Online Fashion Marketplace JOOR Taps Kristin Savilia as CEO


March 3, 2017


“According to Mona Bijoor, the founder and CEO of JOOR drop-shipping is the key to providing retailers this opportunity.” Glossy 101: Drop-shipping, explained

Built in NYC

February 17, 2017


“Brands are embracing digital tools to both market and sell products through their websites, social platforms and mobile. As even more channels emerge, retailers are taking full advantage to reach a wider audience and engage with their customers in a true race …read more  

Business Review

February 14, 2017

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“What differentiates JOOR from its competitors is that the company focuses on driving the fashion ecosystem, rather than simply making the ordering process easier.” Business Review February 2017


January 17, 2017

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“The successful brands all have one thing in common: They don’t fear change. The companies that continue to thrive are agile, they change with the times, they embrace new ideas. Brands like Zara, H&M and Nike have adopted this …read more  

Market Watch

September 21, 2016


The rivalry between Amazon and the rest of the field extends through the rest of the year as well. For those other days, according to Mona Bijoor, chief executive of Joor, an online global fashion marketplace, brick-and-mortar retailers …read more  

Market Watch

July 28, 2016


“A lot of retailers view brick-and-mortar locations as debt on their balance sheets,” said Bijoor. “Rather than looking at it as a problem, look at it as an opportunity.” By mixing physical locations with e-commerce, traditional retailers can …read more  

Business of Fashion

July 6, 2016


“We are becoming the industry standard for wholesale fashion,” says founder and chief executive Mona Bijoor. “Now, it’s about data in and data out.”

The Wall Street Journal

March 15, 2016


“At Joor Inc., an online marketplace for wholesale and retail clothing, more than half of the workforce works on iPads.” Which Devices Rule the Workplace?

Huffpost Business

March 2, 2016


“By balancing creativity and metrics, empowering yourself with the right terminology, and measuring the advice of others with your gut-instincts, you can create products that solve pain points for your customers.” How I Taught Myself Product Design by Mona …read more  

Fast Company

January 8, 2016

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“A lot of the greatest innovations in fashion are ones that you can’t (or barely) see, from pockets to beautifully lined suit jackets. Wearable makers should steal from fashion’s playbook and make products that are less showy.” Why The Fashion …read more  

CNN Money

January 4, 2016


“‘When you work with people you love, who you get and give energy to, you won’t get burned out as easily. Burning out is a symptom of surrounding yourself with people who zap energy from you or require …read more  

Huffington Post

December 30, 2015


“If 2014 and 2015 were the years of e-commerce, there’s a good chance 2016 will be the year we rediscover the things we love about stores. The race to become “Omnichannel” has been played out.”   Why 2016 …read more  


October 8, 2015


“For the first time, Fashion Weeks worldwide seemed eager to play the crowd. You don’t have to be part of the elite to attend anymore, you just needed a smartphone.” Technology On And Off The Runway At Fashion …read more  


September 22, 2015


“Our office spans the block between broadway and 6th and its a parallelogram in shape–which we loved. We also chose the space because we have 54 windows. We always like lots of natural light in all of our …read more  

CNN Money

September 11, 2015


“The most important thing is to have complete trust in the people you hire, so that when it is time to get some sleep you’re not worried and distracted by what’s going on back in the office.” 15 …read more  


August 20, 2015


“The things that unite most successful businesses however are usually very simple: most of them have a plan for making money in a market they know intimately. By focusing on more tangible, achievable goals as opposed to an …read more  


July 9, 2015


“When dealing with established industry players, you need to establish a sense of urgency, and have a solid answer to the question “why now?”. As far as taking a company global, it depends highly on what industry you’re …read more  

Wall Street Journal VentureWire

July 6, 2015

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“‘My feeling is, if we run a profitable business we’ll increase in value,” Ms. Bijoor said. “I don’t want to be beholden to investors. I don’t want investors to bankroll my cash burn. The business should support the …read more  

Inc.com: Father’s Day

June 17, 2015


“My Dad had a condo that he wanted to sell in the early 90′s, and he brought me along to help pitch it. I was in 7th grade, but I ended up doing most of the talking and …read more  

Business of Fashion

June 15, 2015


“Digital ordering platform Joor now works with more than 1,000 brands, from Tory Burch to The Row. “We’ve developed software that complements the offline experience,” says Joor founder Mona Bijoor. “When a trade show does it, it’s confined …read more  

Internet Retailer

June 2, 2015


“Anything that can decrease the amount of time she spends ordering is a “no-brainer,” Smallwood [owner of boutique Hampden Clothing] says. Ordering online has doubled what she can order in any given period, she explains. Before ordering online, …read more  


May 21, 2015


Speaking at Internet Week in New York (IWNY) on Tuesday, Mona Bijoor shared her experiences and tips in getting venture capital funding for her start up JOOR, a B2B online marketplace for wholesale fashion buying used by retailers …read more  

Modern Luxury

May 11, 2015

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“You need to have passion when you launch a new business, but passion on its own isn’t enough.” At 38, Bijoor says she loves her job. “In a very funky way, this is what I was meant to …read more  

Wharton Magazine 40 Under 40

February 13, 2015


CEO Mona Bijoor featured in Wharton Magazine’s 40 Under 40: 40 individuals who represent a cross-section of the energy, ambition, accomplishments and diversity of the Wharton alumni network—across professions, interests, degrees, geographies and nationalities. CEO Mona Bijoor named …read more  

Upstart Business Journal: Hot Shots

February 10, 2015


Mona Bijoor fixed a not-so-pretty fashion business secret: an antiquated apparel buying process reliant on pen, paper and fax machines. CEO Mona Bijoor in Upstart Business Journal

FashInvest: 2014 Fashpreneur of the Year: Mona Bijoor

December 1, 2014


The Fashpreneur Award is presented to an entrepreneur in the fashion, branded goods, apparel and fashion technology business sector that exemplifies the passion towards seeing early stage entrepreneurial opportunities succeed and flourish. What many people fail to notice …read more  

Internet Week New York

October 17, 2014


JOOR is named as a finalists of the 2014 Best Places to Work in NYC Tech. These 30 companies–big and small–represent the coolest, hippest, most-sought after places to work within the five boroughs. JOOR named as Internet Week …read more  

The New York Times

September 10, 2014


Early last year, Joor’s director of operations brought in seven people to work in data operations on a trial basis. At the end of the trial, three were hired as full-time workers, Ms. Bijoor said: “And they’re all …read more  

Wired Japan

September 10, 2014


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Inc.com: How Fashion Week Accelerates Innovation

September 9, 2014


“CEO Mona Bijoor: “Fashion is always changing. We use Fashion weeks to be inspiriations in our business, because technology is very similar to fashion. Fashion is always changing and evolving, and so is technology.” Mona Bijoor, CEO of …read more  


September 8, 2014


Incredibly, many businesses today still buy and sell supplies and materials with paper invoices, faxes, and checks. It’s a huge opportunity on which the two largest e-commerce companies in the U.S., eBay and Amazon, have not focused. In …read more  

Inc.com: A Methodical Approach to Hiring

September 8, 2014


“CEO Mona Bijoor: “The theme is really hiring people that you trust, people that are consistent in their behavior, and people that are very good communicators. People that communicate upwards, downwards, sideways – that’s very important in a …read more  

Yahoo Small Business Advisor

August 26, 2014

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The fashion industry had, until just recently, stubbornly stayed offline, relying on the cumbersome, inefficient manual process to order and supply retail inventory. Bijoor’s goal is to provide brands and retailers with an efficient way to discover and …read more  

Business Insider

July 31, 2014


Business Insider asked successful entrepreneurs from around the globe to share the best advice they’ve ever been given and how it’s helped them grow their businesses. Mona Bijoor, founder and CEO of Joor, avoids burnout by hiring the …read more  

Upstart Business Journal

July 29, 2014

Thanks to [Mona Bijoor's] lean and global company, the wholesale ordering process has gone digital and taken a giant leap forward, one that may, in the long run, be as disruptive to the status quo of how quickly …read more  


June 16, 2014

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Good news for us all: Mona Bijoor has set out to change the way we shop, and she’s doing it by reinventing how fashion-buying works. “If you’re a buyer, you have to physically go to every showroom and …read more  


May 24, 2014

100 Most Brilliant

Joor online marketplace provides retailers with direct access to the sales teams and inventories of clothing brands, for real-time buying information. The site serves more than 50,000 retailers and 750 brands, including Diane von Furstenberg, 3.1 Phillip Lim …read more  

The Founders Guide

May 20, 2014


Orrick’s TOTAL ACCESS hosted a Founder’s Guide panel event in New York. The final panel focused on building a successful corporate culture. Panelists for this topic include Mona Bijoor (Founder & CEO, Joor), Kellee Khalil (Founder & CEO, …read more  


April 1, 2014


“This is a visual industry—it’s not about looking at a spreadsheet; it’s about visualizing your store,” said Ms. Bijoor, a Buffalo, N.Y., native who credits her entrepreneur parents—both immigrants—with empowering her to start her own venture. “Our mobile …read more  

Business Insider

March 16, 2014


Joor is online community for fashion brands and buyers. The website has completely changed how designers manage their wholesale orders and inventory by providing insight into sales flow and demand for buyers. Joor is transforming how the fashion …read more  

Internet Retailer

February 27, 2014


“Usually in the market you don’t prefer to lug around your laptop or carry around paper-based line sheets to take home and fill out,” she says. “The app doesn’t replace the interactions on the showroom floor, but it’s …read more  


February 17, 2014


Beyond streamlining the technical aspects of buying, Joor is looking at a big opportunity in global retail: the chance to serve as an international, online community for brands and buyers. An Innovator in fashion wholesale

Fast Company

February 13, 2014

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Joor works with a slice of the industry that has been slow to get online. Before, buyers had to make multiple Monday morning phone calls to try to replace sold out inventory. The World’s 10 most innovative companies …read more  


February 13, 2014

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“Three or four years ago, tech was still a bit scary to the fashion world, but it’s not like that anymore,” said Mona Bijoor, founder of Joor. “The fashion world is understanding that technology can help them scale …read more  


January 21, 2014


But as Joor looks to move from a useful technology to a must-have in the fashion business, Bijoor felt that it needed new tools for its core customer: The retail buyers who select which brands and styles to …read more  

The High Low

December 9, 2013


For designers like Jason Wu and Stella McCartney and retailers like Barney’s and Net-a-Porter, JOOR, the brainchild of Chanel alum Mona Bijoor, brings the entire ordering process online, streamlining and shortening what used to be an antiquated, paper-driven …read more