Sold, The App That Sells Your Stuff For You, Arrives On Android
25th September Leave a comment
I like to see that startups are also addressing the service around ecommerce and see this as an important area to innovate. Much too often we tend to get lost in little technical details and forget about how the overall experience for the customer will be. This also matches well with the “10 times better” approach of Google to new businesses.
lazy busy to handle selling your stuff on eBay or Craigslist, or having a yard sale? Yep, same here. That’s why a startup called Sold, launched earlier this year, had me intrigued. Its big idea is to take the whole e-commerce process out of your hands by pricing your items for you, finding a buyer, sending you packaging, handling shipping, completing the transaction, and then getting you paid. Today, Sold is launching on Android, following its iOS debut back in April.
The company was founded by Matthew Blackshaw, Tony DeVincenzi and Dávid Lakatos, who believed that a better way to add value in e-commerce marketplaces is not to try to reinvent or topple Craigslist or other established sites – something many startups, including Zaarly, YardSellr, and EggDrop, have tried and failed to do. Instead, they realized that a new approach focused on simplifying the way we…
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