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10 Must Go Websites for Holiday Shoppers

We’re closing in fast on the holiday season! This time of year also happens to coincide with a lot of birthdays of friends and family. This year I’ve been trying to look beyond the usual gadgets/t-shirts/girlie things to get as gifts. And looking at unique, hand-made and one of a kind products, not to be found in retail stores, that can be bought online. I also asked around to see what others were recommending. From this research we came up with a neat list of stores that should have something for practically anyone. 1. Hoop Fund Hoop is part crowd-funding platform and part store. The website lets users contribute to the production of ethically made products (as an investor), as well as enjoy the products created directly by farmers and artisans. Hoop bundles combines a deal on the products along with a microloan to the people who make them. Customers help with doing good while discovering great products to buy or gift. Producers get new financing options to improve and diversify their businesses, and sustainable …

Abe’s Market : Selling All Things Organic & Eco Friendly

Abe’s Market is an online marketplace that sells only natural and organic consumer products, connecting buyers directly with the people who make them. The uniqueness of this online marketplace is that it facilitates a deeper interaction between buyers and producers. Buyers can directly connect with producers, ask questions, learn more and get to know them and their products before buying. Further, unlike other e-commerce sites, Abe’s Market is also committed to building the capacities of its sellers who are largely small businesses. To better understand, Abe’s Market is the web version of the traditional farmers market. Abe’s Market is currently selling products in the category of bath, beauty, home care, health, baby and kids and non perishable food items. The one stop shop for everything natural grew from the two founders, Richard Demb and Jon Polin’s passion for products that are safe and natural for self, family and environment. Seeing the opportunity for an increasing demand for organic and natural products and people’s desire to know the story behind the product they buy – who …