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  • Globshop connects shoppers with travellers
  • Globshop connects shoppers with travellers
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Globshop connects shoppers with travellers

Home delivery is more of a norm than a luxury now, right? Not necessarily. Shopping online can often lead us to products that are either cheaper abroad or simply can’t be delivered to specific regions. French-born Globshop intends to fix that by connecting shoppers with globetrotters.

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