Poshmark just added another postal feather to its cap.
Earlier this month, the Postal Service presented the online reselling platform with a 10-Year Partnership Award in recognition of the collaboration between the two organizations.
“Over a 10-year period, Poshmark has enhanced the value of what USPS delivers every day — mail and packages,” said Jay Smith, the Postal Service’s director of enterprise and key accounts.
He described Poshmark as “a company that embodies forward-thinking, innovative solutions and has made significant achievements to excel in the industry.”
These achievements include PoshPost, a shipping service Poshmark and USPS established in 2014 to provide sellers prepaid, preaddressed labels for quick and easy order fulfillment
“In partnership with the USPS team, we have completely disrupted traditional shipping models to offer consumers a simple, easy and cost-effective way to shop each other’s closets and participate in the circular economy,” said Manish Chandra, Poshmark’s founder and CEO.
At the National Postal Forum in May, USPS presented the Redwood City, CA-based company with its Innovation and Growth Award. The award recognizes partner companies that employ innovative strategies and improvements to increase value and improve business results.
The company also garnered a mention in the Postal Service’s 2022 Annual Sustainability Report for helping consumers extend the life and value of items that might otherwise end up in a landfill.