Our team has been conducting a comprehensive review of Thrive Market’s digital shelf for some time now. One of the most notable developments we’ve observed is the company’s ongoing expansion of its White Label products, as well as an increase in the number of “Thrive Market” branded products. Rosey, by Thrive Market, has remained steady, while f.a.e. by Thrive Market has added another product offering to its collection.
In our analysis of the product set, we noticed a significant rise in the number of “New” products, with over 301 more products labeled as such in comparison to February’s 97. The overall number of products available from Thrive Market, however, remained relatively stable, only increasing by eight products (in raw count) over the month. This suggests that Thrive has a healthy turnover of available products, which may be due to the removal of poorly selling products, unreliable supply chains, or other issues.
We will be delving deeper into April’s numbers, so keep an eye out for more detailed insights.
Our analysis was conducted using FrigginYeah’s shelf space discovery application, which is crucial for businesses to optimize their product visibility and sales. As leaders in the industry, we provide a range of solutions, including MAP violation software, competitive price intelligence, shelf space discovery, and more.