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For over 25 years, small businesses have powered the majority of sales on eBay. They drive our economy, our communities, and Main Streets. That’s why eBay strives to fuel their long-term success at every step of the way.

Join us now in celebrating these small businesses today and every day.

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Get to know these small businesses and shop their stores

Supporting their communities

Check out the sellers who are reshaping the world.

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Angies GreenGo Surplus

Angie Cardona-Nelson is turning electronic waste into an opportunity for a sustainable future.

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Pride Socks

Rachel Smith is changing the world from feet up with socks that stand for love, pride, respect, and inclusion.

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Fountain Hair Growth & Skin Care

Sandra Gustard is sharing a traditional Jamaican remedy with others in need.

Every day, our community raises funds for causes they care about

Be your own boss

Meet the successful small sellers who built a business by their rules.

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SimplyBee

Ken Gaitano is living the American dream through his successful sneaker store.

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Colorado Re*Worn

Liz O’Kane, a military veteran, is now her own boss at her fashion and home goods store.

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Linda’s Stuff

Linda Lightman grew a home-based fashion store “one-woman show” to a 100,000 square-foot warehouse.

We enable businesses of all sizes to unlock opportunities worldwide

Turning a hobby into a business

These hobbyist-turned-entrepreneurs are sharing their passions with the world.

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Fashionably Legal

Yinka Ogunsunlade is growing his sneaker and clothing business while being a full-time attorney.

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Homebrewer LAB

Trong Nguyen’s homebrewing tools are changing the way people make beer.

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Luxury Bazaar

Roman Sharf left his career at a Fortune 500 to pursue his passion: selling luxury watches on eBay.

Become a seller

Access to millions of buyers worldwide, tools to help you build a successful business, and more—all at your fingertips.

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