Fancy.com has been laying the groundwork for its IRL foray with a series of 20 pop-up events over the past four years, now crystallizing in an NYC brick-and-mortar shop focused on unique partnerships and rotating product selections
From smartwatches to cameras, Grover helps people trial devices they may be on the fence about
According to their guideline changes, sellers on the online marketplace can now hire employees, outsource shipping, and use manufacturers.
SideProjectors.com helps sell and save half-finished or failing companies.
The online marketplace sells more than 40,000 works of art from reputable galleries and dealers, including originals and limited editions.
Lifestyle and travel service Zozi offers tours and experiences like snowboarding and cooking lessons.
Instead of just being a second-hand retail destination, the online marketplace will be offering original, limited edition gift items.
Based in the UK, Public Scroll is an online space where ideas can be submitted by anyone for companies to acquire.
TinyLightBulbs aims to pick up where sites like Kickstarter leave off - helping crowdfunded projects that have become a reality now gain scale. Does this business model indicate the need for an intermediary market?
Gobble, a SF startup, connects nearby 5-star cooks with users to bring fresh, home-cooked meals to your door through an online marketplace.
An online used game marketplace takes a unique 'swipe' at their competitors in a new campaign.
The handmade marketplace's online tool suggests items based on people's likes and interests.