Collective Retail In Brazil
Called a “brick and mortar version of Etsy“, Endossa is a collective store in Sao Paulo that sells products from upcoming designers. The shop rents out boxed sections which can be customized any way the sellers want, and Endossa doesn’t get a commission from the sales. They also provide inventory tracking software and list all the products on the shop website.
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