The flea market app Stuffle developed by a Hamburg start-up of the same name is expanding its range. In co-operation with the online car magazine Chromjuwelen.com, new classic and vintage cars can now be acquired along with collectors in a new automotive category. The project was initiated by the operators of Chromjuwelen.com, who had long been wishing to complement their online publishing on old cars by a dedicated market app.
Partner with Experience
In an “Interview with Hamburg Startups”: http: //www.hamburg-startups.net/stuffle-kooperiert-mit-chromjuwelen-com, Stuffle CEO Mark Jäger explains, why Chromjuwelen.com is the perfect partner for the flea market app: “We are looking to partners with experience in specific markets and products. It is important to us that people and markets really fit in and share the same business visions. Ralf and Chris are prime examples of partners we are looking for. Not only they are experts in car technology, the market and potential partners, but above all that they are deeply rooted in a community that they identify with.”
The aim of the co-operation is also to dispel the prejudice of vintage cars being pure luxury. Oldtimer are often more cost-effective than expected, insurance and taxes also are lower than for new cars. “Also, the ecological footprint is often better in older cars than for new cars. Thus, Chromjuwelen perfectly fit in our community. To our initial surprise, cars are a particularly good merchandise to sell through the app”, says Mark Jäger.
Digital flea market
Stuffle can be accessed via a mobile app and online. With just a few clicks, deals can be set and called up. The selling and buying is resolved entirely within the app, with the integrated payment function ensuring maximum safety. If it is not possible to pick up in the neighborhood, delivery can also be booked by the app.