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  • The 'language-free Etsy' for artisans
  • The 'language-free Etsy' for artisans
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The 'language-free Etsy' for artisans

If you're weaving rugs in rural Morocco, getting online and figuring out mostly English-language e-commerce sites can be tricky. But Anou, a purely visual interface for sellers, is connecting makers in developing countries with the international market.

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