Snobswap Raises A Million To Bring Brick-And-Mortar Consignment Shops Online

Snobswap Raises A Million To Bring Brick-And-Mortar Consignment Shops Online

By Sarah Perez A startup working to bring offline brick-and-mortar consignment shops into the e-commerce age, Snobswap, has raised over a million in seed funding to expand what it describes as its “luxury online mall.” While today, these mom-and-pop shops would have to set up their own online stores using a platform like Shopify, for example, or perhaps market their items via social media… Read More

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