In Brief

The platform allows for everyday social media users and influencers to market products from over 100 brands, democratizing ecommerce influence and channels while letting consumers choose what to promote

Storr is a peer-to-peer app looking to change the ecommerce marketplace, designed to enable those with social media accounts to open stores on their existing channels, free of charge. The platform is already partnered with over 150 name brands, like Adidas, Spiritual Gangster and online retailer Hill House Home, but is now turning its attention to everyday social media account holders and influencers.

Storr lets the social-media savvy create and name their own store and begin selling any product from the brands Storr is partnering with via their shopfront and any existing accounts on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Storr users will receive a commission of 15% to 30% from their sales and the promotion of their stores, while the platform only takes between a 5% to 10% cut.

What is unique about the platform is that it lets people publicly sell and promote name brand goods without first having to sign a deal with those brands. This democratization of brand influencers and ambassadors is intended not only to widen brands’ target markets by marketing through everyday consumers, but also to give consumers more choice in the goods they like most to promote.

Storr

 

Storr is a peer-to-peer app looking to change the ecommerce marketplace, designed to enable those with social media accounts to open stores on their existing channels, free of charge. The platform is already partnered with over 150 name brands, like Adidas, Spiritual Gangster and online retailer Hill House Home, but is now turning its attention to everyday social media account holders and influencers.

Storr lets the social-media savvy create and name their own store and begin selling any product from the brands Storr is partnering with via their shopfront and any existing accounts on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Storr users will receive a commission of 15% to 30% from their sales and the promotion of their stores, while the platform only takes between a 5% to 10% cut.