Top 20 Ecommerce Deals for 2011

Deal No.Amount Paid (USD)CompanyInvestor/BuyerSectorDeal Type
3$333,000,000Tiny PrintsShutterflyEcommerceAcquisition
9$143,000,000TicketMonsterLiving SocialEcommerceAcquisition
10$138,000,000Gilt GroupeConsortiumEcommerceInvestment
14$100,000,000Xiu.comWarburg Pincus LLC, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & ByersEcommerceInvestment
15$90,000,000WimduKinnevik, Rocket InternetEcommerceInvestment
17$84,000,000Catch of the DayConsortiumEcommerceInvestment
19$66,000,000LegalZoomKleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Institutional Venture PartnersEcommerceInvestment

More information

  1. Chinese e-Commerce Site 360buy Grabs $1.5B From DST And Others (Techcrunch)
  2. Walgreen to buy for $429 million (Reuters)
  3. Shutterfly Acquires Online Stationery Company Tiny Prints For $333M In Cash And Stock (Techcrunch)
  4. Amazon Plans Global Expansion After Acquisition of LoveFilm (Webscopia)
  5. Nordstrom Acquires Flash Sales Site HauteLook For $270 Million (Techcrunch)
  6. Vancl Raises US$230 Million in Round F Funding (Technode)
  7. Moonpig Flies In To Photobox For £120 Million (Paid Content)
  8. CSN Stores adds $165M VC funding to bootstrapped strategy (Mass High Tech)
  9. LivingSocial Acquires Korean Daily Deals Site (Penn Olson)
  10. Gilt Groupe Raises $138 Million from Softbank and Others for Growth, Acquisitions (All Things D)
  11. Privalia raises €88 million, buys German online fashion retailer Dress for Less (Techcrunch)
  12. ZAGG Acquires iFrogz (Zagg)
  13. Completes $100M Funding Round (FinSMEs)
  14. Warburg Pincus, KPCB to invest $100 mln in (Reuters)
  15. Investors Pump $90 Million Into Airbnb Clone Wimdu (Techcrunch)
  16. Tencent Acquires 16 % of eLong in Strategic Investment, Expedia, Inc. Co-invests (PR Newswire)
  17. Catch of the Day gets $80 million investment from consortium led by James Packer, Andrew Bassat (Smart Company)
  18. Expedia, Inc. Acquires Stake in eLong, Inc. from Renren Inc. (Wmctv)
  19. LegalZoom Finds $66M From KPCB, IVP (SoCal Tech)
  20. KupiVIP secures $55m funding to become the Amazon of Russia (Techcrunch)
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