GoTrendier

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Gotrendier.com.co is a platform to sell the clothes that you no longer use and to buy in the closet of other girls throughout Colombia. Posting your products on gotrendier.com.co is completely free! They are sure that in your closet you have many fashion garments that you have not even put on, or that are new, even with a label. At GoTrendier we give you the opportunity to sell these items and earn money. In addition, you can buy clothes from other users, and find your new favorites

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Fashion startup, Troquer, lands US $600 thousand round from Redwood Ventures

1 year ago

Contxto – Seems like it’s Fashion Week in the Latin American startup ecosystem. Well, not quite, but we have enjoyed covering Karün and GoTrendier’s merger with Chicfy over the past few days. Latin America’s entrepreneurial community has never looked so stylish! Now let’s talk about Troquer. The newest addition to Redwood Ventures’ portfolio is Troquer, […]

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GoTrendier merges with Chicfy to scale thrift clothing industry in Latam

1 year ago

Contxto – The largest merger of second-hand fashion startups in the Spanish-speaking market recently transpired between GoTrendier and Chicfy. With an accumulative clientele of 8 million and a catalog of 12 million products, the two firms plan to take Latin America by storm. Who are the players? GoTrendier is a Mexican startup that launched in […]

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Fashion marketplace, GoTrendier, gets US$3.5 million to scale operations to Chile and Argentina

2 years ago

Contxto – GoTrendier, the fashion marketplace startup from Mexico, recently raised US$3.5 million from various investors to launch operations in Chile and Argentina. Officials formalized the deal last November but waited to announce anything until 2019 for strategic reasons. Peruvian fund, Ataria, joined the cap table as the company’s newest shareholder. Other investors following up […]

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