And more insights from Thredup's latest report on the resale industry.
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Here's how major thrift stores, consignment shops and websites are handling it right now.
By using top-of-the-line equipment and developing its own technology, the brand is taking the guesswork out of the resale market.
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Inexperienced copywriters are reportedly responsible for the bulk of the site's authentication, sometimes processing over 120 items in one day.
The "stock market of things" known for its hype-driven selection of sneakers, luxury handbags, watches and streetwear is the latest resale company to close a major funding round.
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The online resale site will use the money to build new fulfillment centers and expand its brick-and-mortar footprint.
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It's hoping to lure sellers away from competitors with enticing deals, like 100 percent commission.
Growth of secondhand e-commerce is outpacing offline resale, off-price chains and retail as a whole according to a new report.
The go-to site for hypebeasts to find (and fawn over) rare designer pieces has big plans for the year ahead.