theglobe.com plans to issue 307,000 shares of new common stock to
Azazz.com’s parent, factorymall.com inc., to finance the deal.
Todd Krizelman, co-chief executive officer of theglobe.com, said the deal
will significantly enhance the online community’s shopping offerings and
enable it to offer a broad array of products.
Of particular interest, Krizelman said, is Azazz’s personal shopper
application, which enables customers to community directly with live
customer service representatives during each step of the transaction.
“Azazz! is a natural fit with theglobe.com’s online community and will
provide our users with a rich shopping experience in addition to our brand
name content and member interaction, Krizelman said.
He said theglobe.com will continue to develop and acquire content and
services to broaden its shopping offerings and make its technology more