We’re all about simplicity and collaboration – for you and your customers.
With more than 70% of Americans already doing most of their shopping online, Cartonomy’s e-commerce platform answers the demand for a smarter, hassle-free approach to group shopping online. We streamline the way users shop together socially, providing a collaborative and enjoyable way to create, coordinate and ultimately fulfill shopping lists.
Whether shoppers are making a supplies order for the office, grocery shopping for the family, or pooling together to buy a baby gift for a friend, our social shopping cart makes their lives easier because, at the end of the day, that’s what we’re here to do.
So what are you waiting for? Hop in the cart.
We are an international team of visionaries, marketers, designers, and tech lovers who thought that there had to be an easier way for groups to shop.
Founder & CEO
Previously an economic sociology professor at Johns Hopkins and Yeshiva Universities, Jack Lowinger founded group shopping and e-commerce solution, Cartonomy, in 2012 in order to fill a void of viable social shopping options online. He also serves as CEO of Retry, a New York-based online retail technology developer. He has published or contributed research to articles on online and social shopping that have appeared in Entrepreneur, Fortune, and Wired magazine.
VP of Product Development
David has nearly 20 years of software development experience managing and coding in small to medium sized teams. He has co-founded 3 start-ups, and assisted 3 other startups to grow their platforms. Successes include high momentum growth and profitable exits in multiple engagements. David has designed data warehouses for healthcare and energy, and built local as well as international development teams. David started coding in the late ‘90s, gained Microsoft Professional Certification in 1999 as one of the pioneers in .NET, and has been developing creative web, windows and data warehouse solutions ever since.
Carrie is an interaction designer for web and mobile apps. She works at the intersection of the product and its audience to create a delightful and beautiful user experience. Carrie strives to keep apps simple, bringing forth the main product offering, then designing the secondary features to support it. Carrie holds a MFA in Interaction Design from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and a Master of Architecture from Kansas State University.
Chief Technology Officer
Jonah has over a decade of experience helping early stage startups navigate the technological growing pains found in fresh codebases. In his free time, he can be found contributing to open source projects and having tea parties with his kids.
Daina has worked with consumer-facing start-ups, highly technical B2B companies, as well as fashion and lifestyle brands, but no matter what the product, the thing she loves most is working with companies who respect the power of image and design to take them to the next level.
Amnon Berger, PhD, is a veteran software engineer and full time medical student. Amnon holds a Bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Open University in Israel, a Bachelor of Medical Sciences and a Master in Biomedical Sciences from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and a PhD from the Hebrew University for his research titled “Studies in the Pathogenicity of Human Cytomegalovirus in the Developing Brain”. Amnon’s interests are mostly with Software Engineering and Systems Design, as well as Security Research. His experience includes work with Israeli startups in the security field, as well as work for industry names, including Intel and IBM.