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365ALLY, LLC Announces Release Of 365ALLY iPhone Marketplace App: New iPhone App Centers BIPOC-Owned Businesses

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Recently, 365ALLY, LLC announced the immediate launch of the new groundbreaking 365ALLY iPhone marketplace and directory app. 365ALLY is designed to allow BIPOC members, and their allies, to purchase items right on the app, 365 days a year.

“It’s a game changer,” said Lawrence Ross, owner of 365ALLY, LLC, developer of the 365ALLY app. “Too often, BIPOC businesses are marginalized due to systemic racism, be it economic or residential racism. If you’re a white ally of BIPOC businesses, it’s more than likely that you still live in a neighborhood that is predominately white, which means you’re not shopping at those BIPOC businesses. 365ALLY tears down those artificial barriers.”

With the app you can support thousands of BIPOC businesses from the your phone. It also allows you to list as a business or a personal account for .99 cents. Businesses and individuals can list their items on 365ALLY, and they can do it in two ways, as a personal or business account.

“We recognized that some BIPOC businesses have EIN numbers, and others don’t,” said Ross. “Either way, it’s only .99 cents per item to list on 365ALLY. For those BIPOC businesses without an EIN number, they can choose to register as a personal account. Sell craft items like jewelry and candles. Or use the app to host a garage sale. We have thirty different categories to choose from. List your item and a buyer can email you for more info. You can then set up shipping and payment.”

“If you’re a business with an EIN number, you can not only list your items for sale for .99 cents, but you can also sell directly on the app via Stripe, with only a 9 percent transaction fee. The shipping is automatically calculated, and your bank account will receive payment in about 48 hours. It’s that easy.”

And that’s not all. 365ALLY is also a business directory. With a database of more than 30,000 BIPOC businesses in 30 cities, 365ALLY aims to eventually have 500,000 Black, Latinx, AAPI, Native American, and Women of Color businesses on the app nationwide.

Available Now in the Apple App Store The 365ALLY is available today in the Apple App store, and an android version is scheduled to be released in the Fall 2021.

Founded in 2020, 365ALLY, LLC aims to be a major player in the BIPOC marketplace. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to mission.

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