OneMarketplace Launches at TechCrunch50
Providing a Better Way to Sell Online
San Diego, California – (September 23, 2009) – Three San Diego technology entrepreneurs, Jan Anton,
Brendan Boyd and Eric Jacobson, have launched OneMarketplace (http://www.onemarketplace.com) at
the 2009 TechCrunch50 conference in San Francisco, CA. OneMarketplace is a simple application that
allows users to: list items for sale on multiple marketplaces like eBay, Amazon, Craigslist, Oodle, OLX and
Vast using one form; promote those listings on social networks like Twitter and Facebook; and increase
the sale value of items sold by increasing exposure to the marketplace.
Brendan Boyd, President of OneMarketplace said, “Several conveniences and time saving tools are
achieved through the use of OneMarketplace. Previously when someone went to sell items online, the
only method to increase visibility was to individually list items to each site. Now, using OneMarketplace,
you can list items to multiple auction, classified and social network sites using one form from one site.
This results in a quicker sale and brings users more money by increasing exposure to the marketplace;
and saves time by managing listings all from one site.”
OneMarketplace also provides users a convenient, easy-to-use and free inventory management tool to
help them get organized and share with family and friends. Items are quickly uploaded to the private,
secure inventory using a computer or mobile phone; and can be seamlessly shared at any time through
OneMarketplace Friends, email and social networks.
OneMarketplace is a great way to generate a higher sale price for items listed online. For example, if a
user lists an item for sale on eBay, traffic to the auction listing is significantly increased by promoting it
on classifieds and social networks. The increased awareness of the auction generates higher traffic to
the listing and therefore, more bids and a higher overall sale price.
OneMarketplace currently enables selling on eBay, Craigslist, Oodle (Facebook, MySpace & AOL
classifieds), OLX and Vast. Furthermore, OneMarketplace enables the promotion of items for sale on the
social networks of Facebook and Twitter. More marketplaces and social networks are being added as
development of OneMarketplace continues.
OneMarketplace is a privately held technology company based in San Diego, California. The company is
dedicated to developing web-based technologies that increase productivity, generate value and improve
the lives of the people who utilize our products and services. The company is actively seeking qualified
investors and partners to enhance the OneMarketplace platform. Additional information is available on
the company’s website at www.onemarketplace.com.
Founded in 2007 by leading technology blog TechCrunch and entrepreneur Jason Calacanis, the
TechCrunch50 conference provides a platform for early-stage, and frequently unfunded, companies to
launch for the first time to the technology industry’s most influential venture capitalists, corporations, angel
investors, fellow entrepreneurs and the international media. Companies are selected to participate
exclusively on merit. TechCrunch50 is supported by corporate sponsors Google, Microsoft, Bing, MySpace
and Facebook, as well as venture capital and legal-advisory firms including Sequoia Capital, Charles River
Ventures, Founders Fund, Redpoint Ventures and Perkins Coie.
For more information, contact:
President and co-founder, OneMarketplace.com