Startup launches video-commerce app

Startup launches video-commerce app

A free mobile application, Booster, has been launched today that combines live video with e-commerce. For the first time, you can buy and sell merchandise inside of a live video environment, and it all began with a local internet startup based in the Charleston Digital Corridor.

“Many of our users will be bands and musicians who want to sell their merchandise or concert tickets before a show, so we’re looking forward to becoming a part of the local music scene,” says Booster CEO Michael Stevens.

“We employ a number of CofC grads who are already speaking with many local artists and musicians.”

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