Yvonne’s circuit breaker side hustle with two friends faced a logistics mishap, and they had to creatively sell their slightly damaged products to recover cost.
User behaviour study reveals that Singaporeans have become increasingly resourceful, selling and buying to make the best of the circuit breaker
Passionate to help migrant workers during the pandemic but unable to volunteer, Jane decided to raise funds through the sale of her artwork.
When Valerie’s handmade masks for her two children became popular among friends and family, she started to list them for sale on Carousell.
Sherilyn’s foray into e-commerce started from selling three similar pairs of shoes that she’d accidentally purchased online.
A firm believer that access to education can alleviate poverty, Lynne has been supporting vulnerable children through her small home business.
Carouseller Tangy helped a buyer, who had a minor bike incident, with her urgent request for medical supplies one night.
New mobile one-stop cars portal to fit every car-buying lifestyle Singapore, 28 February 2017 – Carousell Motors, a one-stop mobile classifieds marketplace for used cars, officially launches today. The new mobile app, which aims to […]
Acquisition of over 600,000 users cements Carousell’s position as market leader in Malaysia and also advances its position in Philippines Singapore, 5 January 2017 – Carousell acquires Duriana, a Malaysian-based mobile classifieds startup, to become […]
Welcomes new senior leadership with the addition of former Property Guru MD Winnie Khoo, and former Komli Media CFO, Rakesh Malani. Singapore, 27 October 2016 – Carousell intensifies its efforts to become the world’s number […]