Cat litter boxes by subscription, made of biodegradable cardboard
Subscription services have long helped humans ensure their essentials are restocked when they run out. Now aiming to do the same for felines, Poopy Cat is an eco litter box subscription service that enables owners to simply throw the entire box into their green waste bins or compost heaps when they’re finished with it. READ MORE…

Cat litter boxes by subscription, made of biodegradable cardboard

Subscription services have long helped humans ensure their essentials are restocked when they run out. Now aiming to do the same for felines, Poopy Cat is an eco litter box subscription service that enables owners to simply throw the entire box into their green waste bins or compost heaps when they’re finished with it. READ MORE…

After a week’s hard work, local craft beer delivery to offices every Friday afternoon
Most office workers will know that Friday feeling — halfway between completing a solid week of work and looking ahead to the weekend. Easing staff into the evening, the UK’s Deskbeers is offering deliveries of a different local craft beer to offices every Friday afternoon. READ MORE…

After a week’s hard work, local craft beer delivery to offices every Friday afternoon

Most office workers will know that Friday feeling — halfway between completing a solid week of work and looking ahead to the weekend. Easing staff into the evening, the UK’s Deskbeers is offering deliveries of a different local craft beer to offices every Friday afternoon. READ MORE…

Oyster is Netflix for books
E-readers and digital books have become commonplace in today’s publishing industry, but companies are still trying to work the best model for monetizing them. We’ve already seen Israel’s Total BooX charge readers by the page, and now Oyster is using a Netflix-style subscription model to enable customers to read as many titles as they want for a flat monthly fee. READ MORE…

Oyster is Netflix for books

E-readers and digital books have become commonplace in today’s publishing industry, but companies are still trying to work the best model for monetizing them. We’ve already seen Israel’s Total BooX charge readers by the page, and now Oyster is using a Netflix-style subscription model to enable customers to read as many titles as they want for a flat monthly fee. READ MORE…

For parents of students, subscription box replaces the traditional care package
Sending a regular parcel of essentials is a common way for parents to make sure their college-age kids look after themselves while they’re away studying. Now Pijon wants to help those parents, offering a subscription service with product ideas designed to keep students healthy. READ MORE…

For parents of students, subscription box replaces the traditional care package

Sending a regular parcel of essentials is a common way for parents to make sure their college-age kids look after themselves while they’re away studying. Now Pijon wants to help those parents, offering a subscription service with product ideas designed to keep students healthy. READ MORE…

Picture frame comes with monthly prints by subscription
We’ve already seen a few startups offering a subscription model along with their products, such as the Somacarafe that comes with a monthly delivery of new filters in the mail. Now NY-based designers Holstee have created the Reframe, a picture frame made of reclaimed wood that can be filled with a new print sent each month. READ MORE…

Picture frame comes with monthly prints by subscription

We’ve already seen a few startups offering a subscription model along with their products, such as the Somacarafe that comes with a monthly delivery of new filters in the mail. Now NY-based designers Holstee have created the Reframe, a picture frame made of reclaimed wood that can be filled with a new print sent each month. READ MORE…

Subscription package provides everything for recipients to make their own cocktails
We’ve already seen startups like Chefday provide not only easy-to-follow recipes, but also the exact ingredients required to make them. Hoping to do the same for amateur mixologists, Julibox is a service that provides the instructions and materials needed to make cocktails at home. READ MORE…

Subscription package provides everything for recipients to make their own cocktails

We’ve already seen startups like Chefday provide not only easy-to-follow recipes, but also the exact ingredients required to make them. Hoping to do the same for amateur mixologists, Julibox is a service that provides the instructions and materials needed to make cocktails at home. READ MORE…

Subscription service offers a taste of a different city’s culture each month
We’ve already seen the GothamBox subscription service give New York and San Francisco residents the chance to try each other’s local cuisine through monthly parcels. But what about those wanting to sample culture from further afield? Try The World is offering boxes of products sourced from a different corner of the world each month. READ MORE…

Subscription service offers a taste of a different city’s culture each month

We’ve already seen the GothamBox subscription service give New York and San Francisco residents the chance to try each other’s local cuisine through monthly parcels. But what about those wanting to sample culture from further afield? Try The World is offering boxes of products sourced from a different corner of the world each month. READ MORE…