Online marketplaces by our customers
See Multi-Vendor in action just in a few clicks.
This is a hardware store from the United States that was born in 1995 as a part of a “do it yourself” website about home improvement. The owners already ran a small offline hardware store back then. Now the company has its own large distribution center with over 150,000 products. As the owners say, this is 5 times more than most big box chain stores carry. This is one of the largest hardware retailers in Virginia.
- Over 25 years on the home repair and improvement market
- 150,000 products in the warehouse
- The company has its own distribution center
- 5 times more products that in other hardware retail stores
- One of the largest hardware retailers in VA
Techable is the US mini marketplace selling officially refurbished Apple computers and laptops. They also offer accessories and parts. On the home page, you can check your device by a serial number, which greatly helps in searching for the right parts. There’s also a section with some kind of Apple encyclopedia and guides on using Apple electronics.
This is a marketplace for aviation businesses. They literally sell helicopters, airplanes, drones, and spare parts. But mostly, they focus on drones and see great potential in this type of aircraft. Avfoil started in 2011 to provide convenient management and sales tools for business that offer aviation products and services.
The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association formed in 1971, is the oldest and largest state organic organization in the country. MOFGA is a broad-based community that educates about and advocates for organic agriculture, illuminating its interdependence with a healthy environment, local food production, and thriving communities. The Association holds the Common Ground Country Fair and this marketplace is the Fair’s online version.
Witchsy is an online marketplace for artists. Here, independent craftsmen showcase and sell their hand-made items, communicate with other artists and buyers. For the artists, it is an unbridled platform for expression. For everyone else, it’s a place to engage with a rapidly expanding creative culture all in one place.
Soapgoods is a marketplace from the United States selling soap, bath goods and accessories. They keep their prices low thanks to optimizations: no phone service—only email communications. The company has worked since 2006 and it is well-known among local cosmetic companies. So, the work for both B2C and clients.
Goimagine is an all-in-one marketplace from the United States. The platform was created by an experienced entrepreneur Jon Lincoln to achieve a noble goal. He started a Medium that focused more on providing social good than investor profits. “Like most people, I’ve been frustrated watching corporate greed run rampant in the world and have had the urge to create something that does things differently.” — says Jon.
CS-Cart Marketplace is an app marketplace that offers add-ons, themes, and development services for our eCommerce platforms CS-Cart and Multi-Vendor. Here, third-party developers and studios from all over the world showcase and sell their add-ons and design themes for eCommerce stores and marketplaces built on our platform.
Launched in 2019, Modestiq is an online marketplace devoted to bridging the gap between the modest and modern fashion. “We believe that modest fashion is modern.” — the founders say. Modestiq offers a comprehensive, hand-picked collection of apparel and accessories from the industry's foremost contemporary modest fashion labels.
Other stores from United States
Fabricguru.com is an online shop selling fabric. The shop has a great selection of name-brand fabrics at close-out prices. Whether you’re working on some new drapes, reupholstering furniture, or shopping for clients as you redesign their home, FabricGuru got you covered. The store has tens of thousands of fabrics in stock and hundreds of new fabrics added daily.
Familyleisure.com is a US-based company that offers products for home and leisure. Their story began in 1967 with selling vending machines, then they switched to swimming pools and became the largest swimming pool supplier in Cincinnati. Since 1967, Family Leisure has expanded to house store locations in Indianapolis, Birmingham, Nashville, San Antonio, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Little Rock, Oklahoma City, and Memphis.
Zincpoint.com is a webstore from Miami selling ammunition. It was founded in 2015 and quickly became one of the leading ammunition distributors in Florida. The company has its own extensive ammunition network and manufacturing capabilities. It all began when Walter and Adolfo, the founders, brought ammunition connections from their other ventures to Zinc Point. Each order is carefully hand-packed and inspected prior to shipping.
CorkSport has been in the Medium of developing and manufacturing aftermarket Mazda parts since 1998. They claim to develop and manufacture the best Mazda performance parts. Whether you're looking to get 10-20 more horsepower from your Mazdaspeed 3 and add a few accessories for style or you’re going all out with a big turbo build, fully built motor with forged internals and a full race suspension setup, CorkSport Mazda Performance has it all.
Owner Matthew Parks started Pangea Reptile LLC in 2001 with the breeding of geckos and small-scale sale of dry goods. Several years later they have now grown into one of the largest online sellers of reptile food, products, and quality geckos. Pangea Reptile is located in West Michigan near Greater Grand Rapids. It’s rapidly growing with over 20 employees and a plethora of reptiles. In 2019 Pangea purchased it's very own building with nearly 35,000 Square Feet.
Madisonseating.com is a furniture web store from the United States. They claim to offer only exceptional-quality furniture for home and office, so they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. If a customer is not satisfied with a product, he or she can return it hassle-free. The catalog is huge—you can choose from 30,000 items!
Dekaianime.com is a US online store that has been supplying anime and manga fans with officially licensed goods since 2011. They have everything an anime and manga fan could want from keyrings and plush toys to Japanese prize figures and high-quality scale statues. The company says it's their job to keep otaku supplied with everything they need to celebrate their favorite series and show off their fandom!
Pillowpets.com is an online store selling pillows for kids. The pillows look like pets and can be used as toys as well. The concept for these lovable companions is the brainchild of a San Diego-based mother of two, Jennifer Telfer. She came up with the idea of Pillow Pets when her oldest son, then seven, flattened out one of his stuffed animals in order to sleep on it. Thus, Pillow Pets was born, a stuffed animal for day and a pillow for the night. The store sells pillows to individuals and wholesalers.