Rebecca Taras | November 8, 2011 9:00 amYou could say eDrop-Off founder Corri McFadden is somewhat of an overnight success story. After all, it's not every day that a college project — a business plan for a luxury consignment eBay store — turns into a multimillion dollar biz with 37 employees, including stylists, bloggers, and photographers.
While many bricks and mortar shops and boutiques may have been affected by the shaky economy, eDrop-Off brought in over $3 million in sales last year (that's over 50,000 drool-worthy luxury label items) and is trending to sell over $6 million this year.Read More
Kate Stahl | March 22, 2011 8:02 amIf you aren't familiar with the awesomeness of luxury consignment and eBay service eDrop-Off, now's the time to introduce yourself. On Monday, March 28, the biz, owned by young, hot entrepreneur Corri McFadden (shown below, right) will open a yearlong pop-up shop on the corner of State and Elm. McFadden recently moved the main hub of her business from a decidedly un-glam location on Clark to a beautiful new space at 2117 N.Read More
Kate Stahl | February 21, 2011 8:00 amOn Tuesday, Feb. 22, the Museum of Contemporary Art (220 E. Chicago Ave., 312-280-2660) introduces Scottish artist Susan Philipsz, the winner of the 2010 Turner Prize, who will lecture about her new MCA sound installation, We Shall Be All.Read More