Poshmark is already the perfect place to update your wardrobe, but it’s about to be for so much more. Starting Tuesday, Poshmark will launch its new Home Market, allowing its 40 million members to buy and sell everything from bedding to wall art.
“I can’t tell you the number of times I get pinged a day from our community of people telling me, ‘I love Poshmark, because I was able to pay for my car or pay my child’s college tuition,'” says LyAnn Chhay, the Senior Vice President of Community at Poshmark. “So many Poshers across the country have quit their nine-to-five jobs to pursue selling on Poshmark full-time and have made careers earning six and seven figures.”
“Poshmark brings a social experience to retail. Through our app, shoppers can comment, like, share and engage directly with sellers. Whether you’re a shopper looking for amazing prices on fashion or a seller looking to clear out your closet and make some quick cash, Poshmark offers a one-stop destination, right from your phone.”
As of today, Canadians can sign up to join Poshmark ahead of the beta launch. “Whether you’re a shopper looking for amazing prices on fashion or a seller looking to clear out your closet and make some quick cash, Poshmark offers a one-stop destination, right from your phone,” John McDonald, COO of Poshmark, told Daily Hive.
To assess both where the retail industry is now and to get a glimpse of what’s in store for the decade ahead, Retail TouchPoints reached out to 10 C-level retail executives for their perspectives and insights. Leaders from companies including Barneys New York, Samsonite, Glamsquad, Neighborhood Goods and Poshmark identified retail’s biggest challenges, promising technologies to watch and the boardroom skill sets that will be the most valuable in the decade to come.