Kidizen, A Mobile Marketplace For Secondhand Kids’ Stuff Raises Half A Million

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By Sarah Perez, TechCrunch

“Minneapolis-based Kidizen has raised just over half a million in funding for its mobile, peer-to-peer marketplace which allows parents to buy and sell their children’s clothing, toys, shoes and other easily shippable items.

The idea is similar to secondhand clothing marketplace ThredUP and several more online consignment shops aimed adults – and typically women – like Poshmark, Twice, or Threadflip, for example. Like several of its competitors, Kidizen doesn’t play the middleman by receiving and selling the items itself – instead, parents handle the packing and shipping, allowing them to save on marketplace fees.”

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