Everything But The House Commits Over 800 Jobs in Ohio

A full-service consignment and e-commerce marketplace for pre-owned goods chooses Ohio for its current and future growth potential
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Company Name: Everything But The House (EBTH)
Location: Blue Ash
Industry Sector: Technology
Company Profile: Everything But The House aims to be the world’s largest online marketplace for uncommon things. The founders, Jacquie Denny and Brian Graves, posted their first sale in 2008, changing the way pre-owned goods are discovered. The site features an ever-changing assortment of thousands of uniquely curated and carefully authenticated art, jewelry, antiques, collectibles, and other items — with every item starting at just $1. EBTH partners with collectors, consigners, estate managers, and homeowners to connect a world of shoppers seeking rare and wonderful things.
Company Website: www.ebth.com

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 866
    • Jobs retained: 200
    • Types of jobs: Logistics, fulfillment, item processing, technology, sales, and marketing

Company Need:

Everything But the House (EBTH) has 307 employees across two Ohio warehouses — their headquarters are based in Blue Ash, Ohio, at 237,000 square feet and a secondary 50,000-square-foot facility outside of Columbus — where team members research, authenticate, photograph, and curate items listed for sale on EBTH.com.

Founders Brian Graves and Jacquie Denny are seeking to continue to grow the company as a leader in the secondhand market.

Testimonial:

“The team at EBTH is excited to be partnering with our home city of Blue Ash, the State of Ohio, and JobsOhio to propel EBTH forward on this new path of growth. Jacquie and I are extremely passionate about achieving our goal to improve upon our industry for the benefit of all of those who find value in what we do, with service being at the heart of every decision we make as we forge ahead.” – Brian Graves, founder and president, EBTH

Why Ohio?

EBTH has seen a lot of success in Ohio. To keep this momentum going, it needs to have logistics advantages as well as the technology resources to support its e-commerce operations. Ohio has both.

Ohio is geographically central to 60% of the North American and Canada populations. On the technology side, Ohio has over 295k people in the tech workforce and Cincinnati, the metropolitan area near Blue Ash, is among the top ten for tech markets.

Collaborators:

JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati, the city of Blue Ash, and the Ohio Development Services Agency