Everyone loves a bargain now, there are websites where they say a good deal is pretty much guaranteed because you—the consumer—names their price.
It's called Greentoe. Think of it as the "Priceline" for products. Instead of naming your own price for travel services, consumers pick the price they're willing to pay for products.
See how Greentoe, an online retail marketplace that allows you to "name your own price" has been featured in Business Insider, CBS, Fox News, ABC, and the New York Times.
Greentoe's new mobile app just might dramatically change the way you shop. By taking the "name your own price" marketplace to a new level, the app has been designed in a way that enables both sides of the market to come to an agreement without spelling out their prices.
The online shopping experience is usually one of comparison: You visit numerous sites to find the best deal. Today, e-commerce negotiation site Greentoe puts a spin on that process with an iOS app that lets you name the price you’re willing to spend on that camera or watch you’ve had your eye on.
Joe Marrapodi brings more than 15 years of Internet experience to Greentoe.com. As CEO, he directs all strategic business decisions for the company including overseeing operations, financing, and marketing. Joe is also responsible for identifying and vetting new retailer partners and product categories. Before co-founding Greentoe.com, Joe served as the Vice President of Digital at LBI Entertainment where he oversaw the digital strategy and spearheaded the development of social media communities. Joe graduated from the University of Arizona in 1997.
Andrew Kurland brings over a decade of technology experience to Greentoe.com. As CTO, he is in charge of the technical direction of the company. This includes overseeing the design and development of all functionality related to the company's consumer website and the retailer partner portal. Before co-founding Greentoe.com, Andrew was a project manager for Deloitte Consulting, where he specialized in implementing large-scale CRM applications using Salesforce.com. Andrew graduated in 2007 with a B.A. in Information Systems from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.