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8 alternative and related products to Quupe

Quupe

Rent things from locals.

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.

8 Alternatives to Quupe

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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iCulture
Owy is een nieuwe Nederlandse app, gemaakt door twee scholieren, waarmee je kunt bijhouden wat je aan mensen hebt uitgeleend. Kasper Dolk is de 16-jarige designer en bedenker van Owy, terwijl Jordy Sinke het programmeerwerk voor z'n rekening nam.
Android Planet
Het nadeel van spullen uitlenen is dat je vaak vergeet dat je ze nog terug moet krijgen. Owy, een app van Nederlandse bodem, helpt je met het bijhouden van je uitgeleende spullen. Met Owy kun je eenvoudig een lijst opstellen met alles wat je hebt uitgeleend en aan wie.
6 Alternatives to Owy

Earn $ on stuff you own. Get access to everything you don't.

Omni is a new way to own and access things. Omni Rentals empowers owners to make money on the items they store in Omni while not in use, and allows anyone to access those items - with delivery and pickup straight to their door in as little as 2 hours.

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Axios
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TechCrunch
"We want to change behavior around ownership on the planet", says Omni co-founder Thomas McLeod. First, it built an on-demand storage business where you can get things picked up from your place in as little as two hours, pay a monthly fee to store them depending on their size, and get them temporarily returned to you for free whenever you need them.
10 Alternatives to Omni Rentals

Borrow stuff you need. Lend stuff you don't

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TechCrunch
Part of YC's Summer '17 class, Fat Lama wants to be a rental marketplace for anything. Launched late last year in London, the startup has gained early traction among professionals needing short-term rentals of creative gear - like drones, cameras or DJ equipment.
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A product sharing marketplace with peer-to-peer marketing

Metamesh is a product sharing marketplace that helps people discover new products and gives young brands more views on their products.

New brands can post their products for sale and their followers can share their items to their following or other social networks. If a user shares a product and it leads to a sale they earn a 5% commission.

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Medium
It's been a while since our last post. That's because we have taken the month of June to internalize our future as a company. In the month of June, Metamesh has been analyzing its pivot to open up our market share towards the entire cryptocurrency community in the most acceptable way.
Medium
We each had unique personal experiences selling products online, but our online retail failures fell back on the same fundamental issue: "Our brands and products just don't have enough recognition." Discussing about what we could do to increase our sales led us to conclude that current online platforms didn't offer new brands enough means of spreading awaren… See more
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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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