Reselling: The Gen Z sneaker hustle

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Reselling has become the new normal in consumer lifestyle. It has allowed people to start side hustles in selling any and everything, from shoes, clothes, games to all kinds of unwanted items.

Reselling is literally the act of purchasing items and selling them on at a higher price to make a profit.

The main focus here is on sneakers (trainers) and how they have been affected by the resellers.

In this video feature, Grace Zadi gets the views, of some of the people involved and discusses the impact of this Gen Z grind.

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