In fall 2015, Josh Luber ascended the TED stage to talk about his passion: sneakers. Josh was the founder of Campless, a “Kelley Blue Book” for sneaker resale. Campless scraped eBay data for more than 25 million sneaker transactions, and analyzed price, volume, and volatility. The site gave sellers real-time insights into what to sell (and when), and gave buyers a sense of fair pricing.
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