Joymode which grew in popularity through lending you everything you need to have the experiences you want is getting ready to switch to brick and mortar locations!
The Los Angeles-based startup is closing its Cluver City warehouse to build partnerships with other retailers. Founder Joe Fernandez, who launched the Los Angeles-based business in 2015, said the company was already leaning in that direction when his landlord — who owns the 30,000-square-foot warehouse at 3700 S. Robertson Blvd. — announced plans to demolish the building.
The company had planned to open the warehouse this week for an on-site sale of merchandise, Fernandez said, but that was canceled when a flood of online orders began pouring in. “We’ve got around 50,000 items, and we’ll probably have it all sold by the end of January,” he said. The company needs to sell the merchandise because it currently has nowhere to store it. Moving forward, Joymode plans to keep a much smaller inventory of items stored at various brick-and-mortar locations.