An app to shop or sell used clothes in UAE

Dubai - With each passing day, we are inching towards a technology-driven world. What can startups teach us about navigating uncertainty, pivoting and innovating in a time of crisis? More importantly, what kind of world do we want to build moving forward? Watch out for one such startup every Monday across all our social media platforms and the print edition where their founders will discuss the idea, mission and vision behind their innovations. In this week's episode of Star Tech, we have UAE’S latest sustainable style app Bazaara. As fashion-lovers become all the more focused on sustainability, start-up style app Bazaara looks set to become the sustainable UAE shopper’s fashion go-to. An online marketplace for pre-loved clothes, accessories and home goods, Bazaara allows its users to turn their closet and household clutter into cash, or shop from an ever-changing mix of fashion and lifestyle pieces.




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