Chicago-based Startup PhirSe helps Indians Convert Clutter into Cash!

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    Phirse App Courtesy of Dipali Amin

Updated 11/5/2021 9:00 AM

PhirSe is fast, easy-to-use resale app to help connect local Indians in an online marketplace where they can buy and sell items for FREE.

If you Don't Use it, PhirSe It! PhirSe, which in Hindi means again-and-again, aims to reinforce culture of reusing within Indian community and make extra cash while doing so. PhirSe mobile app has made it easy to buy and sell new/gently used Indian items locally right in your neighborhood. It helps connect buyers and sellers in an online marketplace. No need to pay fees as is seen with e-commerce sites like Poshmark and eBay. PhirSe is free!


You know you have those clothes sitting in your closet: That dress you spent more than $100 on because it looked cool for a second, or that skirt you only wore once before it was outgrown.

Don't throw them away. Make extra cash by selling on PhirSe. Simply take a picture, enter in a price and your item is ready to be listed! Give your unloved clothes a new life so they don't go into landfill giving an eco-friendlier sustainable option.

For much of the younger generation who rely on technology today, the platform is a great way for them to find the Indian traditional outfits for any occasion. Digital creators and fashion bloggers can take advantage of its uses as well, promoting their style and browsing for trending items. From women sarees to kid's clothing, there are a variety of different categories users can shop for using the app.

"Don't pay full price for one-time use" says Dipali Amin, founder of PhirSe. "Looking to buy something new for the festive season. Find it on PhirSe at reduced price. "

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The platform is not confined solely to apparel or jewelries but a wide range other services as well such as beautician, event planning, henna, tiffin, DJ and much more can be found locally, promoting and helping shoppers find smaller businesses in the area and building a greater sense of community.

Download the app from Google Play Store or the Apple Store.

You can find more information on the website

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