I can’t wait to utilize my experience to help drive revenue through the proper management of operations.
Irvine, California (PRWEB) September 02, 2015
Exclusive Art Subscription Box company, Artbotic.com has named Zachary Tuttle as its VP of Business Operations.
In this role, Tuttle will oversee all manufacturing and pricing strategies, and he will drive revenue as Artbotic continues to deliver boxes filled with limited-edition, autographed art prints and more to their subscribers.
Tuttle joins the company after recently serving in a Publisher Sales role at a popular advertising agency in Santa Monica where he consistently went above and beyond his sales goals.
Prior to that, Tuttle was Senior Publisher Sales at Phunware, the only fully integrated services platform that enables brands to engage, manage and monetize their anytime anywhere users.
We are excited to have Zac join our team,” said Artbotic founder Justin Barr. “His experience in user-acquisition and revenue growth at multiple start-ups will help us to grow at rate faster than we had previously anticipated.”
Tuttle added, “I am very excited and honored to be a part of such a creative and forward-thinking team and can’t wait to utilize my experience to help drive revenue through the proper management of operations.”
Artbotic operates using a subscription service model, a model that is rapidly growing in popularity.
Consumers subscribe to Artbotic on a quarterly basis, and in exchange consumers receive limited edition, autographed art prints, t-shirts, and more. The average subscription costs $65 every three months and each box is guaranteed to have over $110 in retail value. It is Artbotic’s goal to continue to expand and to connect consumers with emerging artists, and to help artists get much needed exposure.
This business model has only been around for a few years, but it is rapidly growing in popularity.
In fact, the subscription service model has grown so fast that larger companies such as Wal-Mart and Amazon are investing and developing their own versions of a subscription box.
Investors are paying attention, too. Many of the established companies in the subscription box industry, like JustFab, are seeing upwards of $109 Million in funding.
As the number of larger brands entering the industry expands, it is widely anticipated that the subscription box industry will continue to grow at a rapid and steady pace for years to come.
Artbotic is a subscription box service that connects art lovers with emerging artists, giving subscribers an easy and affordable way to collect autographed, limited-edition art while helping artists earn money from their passion.
Artbotic’s mission is to make the world a more creative place by making art easily available to everyone in the world.