KOMO News: Seattle women launch e-commerce site to support women-led businesses

Numerous Seattle-area small businesses have been hit hard in wake of the novel coronavirus, but a new Seattle startup is taking a stand to support women-owned businesses across the Emerald City.

Co-founded by two Seattle women, Kate Isler and Susan Gates, TheWMarketplace officially offers a new website to make shopping online from local woman just a bit easier during unprecedented times

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