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Young millionaire: Rob Kalin, founder of Etsy

Etsy.com is where you sell and buy things that are mainly handmade (it’s basically like ebay but only handmade products).It made its debut on June 18, 2005. Since then it has grown to thousands of sellers and buyers. It has made $1.7 million dollars in May 2007. In November 2007, buyers spent $4.3 million purchasing 300,000 items for sale on Etsy, an increase of 43 percent from October 2007. 

Link: http://www.etsy.com/

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January 5, 2009 - Posted by | Business, Entrepreneur, invention, Million dollars Idea, Millionaire, News, Uncategorized, Youtube

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