Dawanda

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Description

DaWanda is shutting down on as of August 30, 2018

DaWanda is a global marketplace for unique items, with a particular focus on handmade products.

As a listing-driven marketplace, each seller gets their own listing for every product they sell on DaWanda. They also get a store, which they can customize. This includes a shop window feature to promote products and the ability to add 20 categories to the shop.

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Availability

Worldwide

Pricing

Listing Fees Depends on price of product:
€0.10 - €10: €0.10
€10.01 - €20: €0.20
€20.01+: €0.30
Sales Commission DaWanda charges sales commission of 9.5%.
Payment Fees Third-party payment methods are used, and fees may apply.

Categories

Marketplaces & Channels » Sales Channels

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Re: Online global jewellery shipping

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...We also look closely at Rakuten, Dawanda and Artfire, as each one has his... more
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Supplier

Dawanda (no other listings)

The Supplier Says

How does selling work?

Do you like to create your own handmade items?

On DaWanda, you can use this talent to make others happy, and to earn money at the same time. All you need to do is register with DaWanda, and then you can create your own shop free of charge in less than two minutes. From the supplier's website

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