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I work on the buyside covering a different sector, non CPG. I was doing the back of the math envelope on two weeks of orders. My order # difference is about 1M being only 7 days apart.

At 1M online orders a week, at an average cart of $75 (before tax/ship), that's $75M in gross revenue for just the online shop. It's likely that the average cart is closer to $100 considering the retail prices of the items. I also went back to check my order # from the end of SS19 (June), compared to my most recent order, and the difference was 9M. (So likely 1M orders is a high week, but nonetheless they are probably seeing 15M+ online orders for the calendar year, WOW!)

Easy to see why they were valued at ~$1B, when the online shop alone is probably generating close to $2B a year.
 
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I work on the buyside covering a different sector, non CPG. I was doing the back of the math envelope on two weeks of orders. My order # difference is about 1M being only 7 days apart.

At 1M online orders a week, at an average cart of $75 (before tax/ship), that's $75M in gross revenue for just the online shop. It's likely that the average cart is closer to $100 considering the retail prices of the items. I also went back to check my order # from the end of SS19 (June), compared to my most recent order, and the difference was 9M. (So likely 1M orders is a high week, but nonetheless they are probably seeing 15M+ online orders for the calendar year, WOW!)

Easy to see why they were valued at ~$1B, when the online shop alone is probably generating close to $2B a year.
You’re assuming that the order numbers are sequential and that each order number corresponds to a fulfilled order. I’m not saying they’re not, just that we don’t actually know.
 
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