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February 24 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Join waste and sustainability educator, Laura Monisse, for an engaging workshop on buying and selling second-hand and practical strategies you can implement for success.
Together, we’ll explore:
🔍 Second-hand marketplaces: We’ll talk the ins and outs of buying and selling second-hand through popular platforms like Facebook Marketplace, eBay, Gumtree, Depop and more.
🛒 Buying everyday items second-hand: Consider the range of things you need or would like and discover where you can buy them second-hand.
📚 Uncover expert tips to find quality items: Know the right questions to ask to sellers, good messages to send, and how to make sure you’re buying a good product for the right price.
💰 Selling Second-hand: Turn your clutter into cash by creating winning listings with captivating photos and compelling descriptions. You’ll find out which platform is best for selling different types of items and how to effectively price your item.
🔒 Safety First: We’ll share essential safety measures to keep you secure when meeting buyers or sellers in person. You’ll also learn to spot and avoid common online scams, ensuring a worry-free second-hand experience.
This will be an interactive session. You’ll have the opportunity to share your experiences, learn from fellow participants, and develop a deeper understanding of the challenges, opportunities, and solutions that come with buying and selling second-hand.
Seats are limited so reserve your spot today!
This workshop will run for between 1.5-2hrs in length.
Your workshop facilitator is Laura Monisse. She is a passionate sustainability educator, workshop facilitator, and yoga teacher. With a background in Population Health, Integrated Design, Waste Management and Adult Education, she brings her expertise and experience to create engaging and interactive learning experiences. Her workshops will inspire you to make positive changes with practical strategies that are easy to implement to create a more conscious, healthier, sustainable life.
In partnership with Switch your Thinking and City of Armadale.