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  • A social shopping network for women
  • A social shopping network for women
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A social shopping network for women

The Chinese e-commerce industry is estimated to be worth in the region of $244 billion in the next ten years. Itugo is a social shopping platform for Chinese women that sells branded products, letting them share their purchases and updates, and get style inspiration.



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