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Owy

Keep track of the things people owe you

Owy is an app to help you to keep track of the things people owe you. Useful for dresses, money and many other things.

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Easily create your own 'garage sale' to share with others

Moving out? Spring cleaning? Having a lot of things to sell? Diggsweep makes it easy to create your own personal sale site showcasing all your items on one page. You get a unique URL that you can share instantly with friends & others. Public or private, you choose how to market and manage your sale.

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Medium
Whenever I look at used items sold on Facebook Marketplace or eBay, I'm horrified to see how awful the majority of the item pictures are. When doing my own moving out sale, I spent a lot of time on the pictures used to promote the items. Something that I believe contributed in a very high degree to the success of the sale.
Medium
I never realised how many things I owned until I decided to leave Berlin. I was sitting in an apartment full of stuff I needed to get rid of in one way or another. Furniture, appliances, tools, kitchenware, books, you name it. I started to look around for ways to get everything sold.
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Quupe is a sharing- economy platform that enables you to rent almost anything from locals in your area. All items listed on the platform are insured up to $10,000, including everything from household items to professional equipment. Since its launch in 2017, Quupe has diverted 2.5 tons of waste from landfills and saved its users more than $150,000.

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Techvibes
A new startup wants to redefine the use, re-use and cost of everyday items. Quupe-proncouned "koop"-is a peer-to-peer rental platform for household items. Based in Vancouver, Quupe targets young, urban adventurers who want access to equipment, but might not want to spend the money to buy it.
Global News
A new Vancouver website is aiming to help residents lend out household items to those who want to borrow them. Called , short for 'recoup', it launched publicly on Feb. 28 and co-founder Angela Hamilton says the response has been "extremely positive" so far.
Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly
With the incredible growth of the sharing economy, it's become a run-of-the-mill practice to hitch a ride in a stranger's car or stay the night in an unoccupied apartment during a weekend getaway. So it's only natural that we begin sharing products like lawn mowers, GoPros, and sewing machines, right?
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