Why We Love Tradesy, and Why You Should Meet Them at eTail West
February 21, 2017
Tradesy, fashion’s go-to luxury marketplace, is redefining the luxury shopping world.
Since launching in 2012, the ecommerce and online fashion apparel reseller has amassed millions of devoted customers by embracing the idea of a “collaborative economy” — offering luxury used or unused clothing and accessories from brands like Chanel, Tory Burch and Saint Laurent at more accessible prices.
Tradesy makes it incredibly simple for fashion lovers everywhere to come together in a single digital marketplace to buy and sell high quality goods directly from your laptop or your phone. As a true customer-to-customer marketplace, buying and selling with Tradesy rivals the traditional marketplace sites. They take the pain out of processing orders, provide sellers materials for shipping, and guide mobile app users through the product listing process.
Marigold Engage by Sailthru, proud to call Tradesy a partner, as they continue to disrupt the fashion world and make luxury retail products more attainable for all, and prove themselves as one of the most innovative high end resale marketplaces.
We’re thrilled to share the stage at the upcoming eTail West conference for a fireside chat with Tradesy’s CMO Kamini Rangappan Lane on Tuesday, Feb. 28th to speak about something Tradesy has done extremely well: Identifying & Activating Your Most Valuable Customers .
Check out the session with Kamini and Marigold Engage by Sailthru’s Emily Feldheim to learn:
- How Tradesy acquires customers at scale using its marketplace structure
- How Tradesy is investing in email and TV innovation to drive revenue
- Top personalization strategies to activate acquired customers
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