E-commerce Startups funded by Y Combinator (YC) in Los Angeles 2024

July 2024

Browse 15 of the top E-commerce startups funded by Y Combinator. Headquartered in Los Angeles, these are some of the hottest and fastest-growing startups.

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  • Whatnot
    Whatnot (w2020)Active • 400 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Whatnot is the largest livestream shopping platform in the U.S., connecting buyers and sellers in real-time across any category – from collectibles like trading cards to comics, fashion, sneakers, and more.
  • Flowspace
    Flowspace (s2017)Active • 48 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Flowspace couples powerful software with its national fulfillment network to enable brands to offer consistently fast, efficient delivery from every channel. Integrated within a network of +130 fulfillment locations nationwide, OmniFlow software offers an ecommerce command center for brand operators, empowering them with the visibility and insights needed to control operations and drive success.
  • Oda
    Oda (w2020)Active • 9 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Oda is an AI agent for home design. Homebuyers and renters alike can use Oda to discover their interior design preferences, apply those preferences to their new home, and then find the best furniture, décor, and appliances aggregated from many different online retailers. Oda distributes its product to homebuyers and renters through partnerships with real estate companies and platforms. Real estate partners add Oda AI iFrames to their websites to showcase listed homes with AI-generated designs. Each AI iFrame is directly linked to an Oda board, allowing consumers to transition from an iFrame to Oda to further personalize the designs and create their dream home.
  • Greentoe
    Greentoe (s2014)Active • 5 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Greentoe is a next generation e-commerce marketplace that enables consumers to set the price for the products they want to buy. Created to change the way people shop, Greentoe shakes up the traditional retail model by putting consumers in the driver's seat. They make an offer on a product and the site connects them to the retailers who are willing to accept the offer. The site benefits both consumers and retailers – shoppers can buy products at the lowest price available while retailers reduce inventory and acquire new customers.
  • Tydo
    Tydo (s2020)Active • 8 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Tydo helps ecommerce brands and agencies see a fuller picture of their data. Think of us as your data team.
    FLOWER CO. (w2019)Active • 30 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    We sell weed on the internet. We're a vertically integrated legal cannabis company delivering next-day in Los Angeles, Long Beach, San Francisco, East Bay, Marin, Humboldt, Sacramento, and Vallejo. We're venture-backed and growing exponentially.
  • Leon & George
    Leon & George (s2017)Active • 10 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Léon & George is a California based ecommerce retailer, specializing in premium indoor and outdoor plants, luxury ceramics and lifestyle goods. Recognized for their streamlined local delivery service across California, custom-engineered packaging for nationwide shipping and commitment to exemplary quality, they have cultivated a vast following since the brand’s inception in 2016.
  • Lucy Goods, Inc
    Lucy Goods, Inc (w2018)Active • 7 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    If it isn’t bad enough that smokers don’t realize the scientific facts about nicotine, most non-tobacco nicotine products are poorly designed and unappealing to use. The leading gum is sold like a pharmaceutical drug, with flavoring and packaging to match. Vapes provide a cumbersome, over-the-top experience — with use as tightly restricted as cigarette smoking itself, but more juvenile, conspicuous, and highly addictive. People want, and deserve, a better way. Therefore, we want to deliver nicotine users a superior experience, and at the same time give them a way to transition out of feeling dependent. In a better society, people wouldn’t carry around the sensation that they’re stuck with an involuntary habit. Our mission isn’t to encourage nicotine use among people who haven’t started. Unlike certain vapes or other products, ours isn’t the sort coveted by underage users on social media. Our mission is to alleviate the harm related to tobacco — first and foremost, by switching people away from the most harmful products. So, at Lucy, we take an evidence based view of nicotine. Nicotine’s pleasurable properties make it an inevitable part of modern society. Therefore, minimizing harm in all nicotine products is key, in addition to giving people products and strategies for cessation. We feel that, as 1,300 people are dying of tobacco related illnesses every day in the US, the most important and immediate step toward a better society is giving nicotine consumers products they enjoy using that will cause less harm. Our first product is designed to appeal to smokers and encourage them to switch. And, looking ahead, we hope to secure approval in the future as a clinically proven smoking cessation aid, while continuing to participate in the FDA’s public hearings around how NRTs are best regulated. Our goals are simple: because harm reduction is a better strategy around nicotine delivery than abstinence or prohibition, we want to help improve public health — and reduce its costs — through a superior pure nicotine product.
  • LogisticsOS
    LogisticsOS (w2021)Active • 6 employees • Ontario, CA, USA
    LogisticsOS provides route optimization and fleet dispatching algorithms as services to let any last-mile company offer same-day and next-hour delivery. We are the creators of the route optimization engine that both FedEx and USPS are using on production today. We increase profit per delivery by 15% and optimize thousands of deliveries in seconds using 30X faster algorithms.
  • Muse
    Muse (s2021)Active • 2 employees • Sunnyvale, CA, USA
    Muse allows anyone to transform their static website into a virtual world. We do this through our no-code editor,. Our websites are quickly replacing traditional personal websites commonly built using Shopify, Squarespace, or Wix.
    WANTD (w2022)Active • 4 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    WANTD is a D2C consumer marketplace for fashion and footwear brands to launch and sell product. We do the things Shopify is unable to do; we provide multiple channels to sell (e.g. live commerce, marketplace, auctions), influencer networks, and order fulfillment in a mobile-first experience. We solve the cold-start problem for brands and enable them to remain focused on product creation.
  • Lumi
    Lumi (w2015)Acquired • 67 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Lumi.com provides packaging and shipping supplies to online brands, from small businesses to leading ecommerce companies shipping millions of orders per month.