Created as a solution to help college kids sell items in order to cover their various expenses while away at school, 'Tradeversity' is a marketplace designed specifically for students.
'Tradeversity' enables students to sell the various things they might have in their apartment or dorm room in order to make some extra cash. The marketplace is specifically designed with students in mind in order to make it easy for students to make sales on-campus and even help other students get deals on things rather than buying them new.
The 'Tradeversity' marketplace has recently forayed into being supported by colleges and is currently live at 20 universities with more launches set to take place in the coming terms. The service is positioned as being a great way for students to sell what they don't need in order to support their lifestyle while studying.
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'Tradeversity' Markets to Students to Sell Items to Cover Expenses
- By: Michael HemsworthJan 9, 2017