In honor of Earth Day, I thought I would help out entrepreneurs and other small businesses as to where they can sell their eco-friendly wares online.
Bambeco is a sustainable online marketplace offering everything from home goods to gadgets to pet products. If you would like to submit your products for consideration, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eco Market is like an Etsy for eco-friendly and natural products. Vendors sell their products at their online store for no monthly or start-up fees, just a 10% commission on the sale. Just go to their site and click on “Sell”.
The Ultimate Green Store sells pretty much everything organic and green. From baby and kids products to home goods and beauty products, they currently feature hundreds of brands. If you are an interested manufacturer or vendor, contact them at email@example.com.
Helpsy is an ethical and sustainable online fashion marketplace featuring indie designers. If you design eco-friendly clothing, accessories or jewelry, you can approach Helpsy, but keep in mind they are only considering lines that will also use their PR representation as well. Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
begood is a socially friendly as well as eco-friendly online store. They only carry brands that give back to an eco or humanitarian cause. Based in San Francisco, the online shop focuses on mens and women’s clothing and accessories (including iPhone cases). Contact them at email@example.com.
Conscious Box is a monthly subscription box of eco-friendly products that is a great opportunity for new vendors to get noticed by their target market. They are looking for eco-friendly food, home, bath and beauty products that are non-GMO, all natural ingredients with a shelf life of 60 days and able to produce a minimum 3,000 units a month. If that’s you, contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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