Let’s say you designed dope clothes and accessories that you wish to sell, but there’s a few obstacles standing in your way:
You have nowhere to sell your goods, no mountain of cash to open a brick and mortar retail shop, and no coding or design chops to build an e-commerce website from scratch.
Besides peddling your merchandise on the streets or from the trunk of your box Chevy, how would you reap the benefits of all the sweat and tears you put into creating your work of art?
Consider using Tictail, a free service that makes it dead simple for anyone and their mothers (literally, the mother of Tictail’s CEO used Tictail to open the services’ first store) to build beautiful online stores in mere minutes. The platform is so easy to use that it’s been called “The Tumblr of E-commerce.”
“Makespace is a great service that enables us to be flexible with our office space,” said Jennie Wachtmeister, Head of Marketing at Tictail. “We love planning events for our community and regularly host parties and meet-ups here. Being able to easily bring Tictail products we have on hand to showcase is perfect for us.”
With MakeSpace, Tictail has on-demand access to their assorted Phoenix Apparel t-shirts, geometric paper sculptures from Future Days, an Orpland bike horn/beacon light, sophisticated Alice Bosc necklaces, Murphy Munday arrow wall art, The Crybaby Collective stickers, a sparkly LXLS Luxury Outlet sweatshirt, and organic lip balm from The Organic Oil Co. — without having to take up any space in their office.
Whether you’re eager to quickly build your own online store without spending a dime or using any technical skills, shop from over 1 million one-of-a-kind products (Tictail just launched shopping apps for iPhone and Android), or both, Tictail has you covered from head to tail. And if you’re in NYC and you spot the Tictail Van in your hood, be sure to say what’s up. They’re helping entrepreneurs launch fully decked out online stores from inside of their tricked out van.
Where the Tictail Van is headed next, we can’t say. But one thing’s for sure: we’re happy to be the closet in the cloud for this successful startup that helps emerging retailers fulfill their dreams.
Want an infinite closet of your own?