His Jewels Creations
The power of our platform gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to grow their business through a global marketplace. Sheri Cleary is one such female entrepreneur who found eBay to be an effective channel to share and sell her jewelry to customers across the world. Her success led to the creation of job opportunities that helped empower other women in her community.
Sheri got her start making jewelry as a way to help cheer up a friend. The positive response she received inspired her to sell her creations – first at a local store, and then through eBay. Her hobby quickly turned into a full-time job. Eight years later, Sheri’s steady sales with His Jewels Creations have her shipping out packages every day, allowing her to expand the business. Sheri now has four part-time female employees who help design, sell, and ship jewelry all over the world.
Meet Syariah Salim
Learn how the eBay Foundation helped an Indonesian woman with an elementary-level education successfully start an online business that now employs six people.
The Pro's Closet
We are committed to building a more inclusive form of commerce that supports businesses of all sizes to connect and participate in the global economy. Our technology platform helps small businesses to compete on a level playing field, reach global markets, and better serve customers around the world.
Founded by former pro cycler Nick Martin, The Pro’s Closet is the largest used cycling store on eBay. Nick's business has grown to a 5,000 square feet operation in Colorado, where he serves both local and international customers via his global online shop.
Teeing up with eBay
GolfEtail's Marc Ducey has been selling golf equipment on eBay for more than a decade, growing his business with the help of eBay's Global Shipping Program.
Gelb Music credits eBay for helping to keep its doors open when sales were down several years ago.
We know that good things happen when people have the opportunity to contribute to their local economy by connecting to global markets. That's why empowering people and creating opportunity are the cornerstones of Connected Commerce.
After accumulating years of experience making handbags, Indonesian craftsman Ucup Supriyadi decided to start his own business. His company Upy Collection produces genuine leather bags that feature local Indonesian weaving styles. With the help of Indonesian technology partner Kolabo and the global reach of eBay's marketplace, Ucup has been able to sell his products online to a worldwide market -- and his business has grown to 10 employees.