Luuna

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Luuna is a Mexico City based sleep company that is changing the way bedding products are bought and distributed across Mexico by pionnering to direct-to-consumer model. They have developed one innovative and unique mattress, proudly produced in Mexico. Leveraging a 95% vertical integration in their production process, they are able to deliver a ultra-premium product at a reasonable price Luuna is currently one of fastest growing e-commerce companies in Mexico and is pioneering the direct-to-consumer model. The company is interested in hearing from ambitious talent with a special focus in the area of industrial design, programming and business intelligence

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