Updated October 28th, 2014 The review below was originally published July 25, 2013. Since then LemonStand have made some changes to their platform, and therefore we have decided to revisit the site and update our review. —
Danny Halarewich founded LemonStand in Vancouver, Canada in 2010. The company provides a web-based ecommerce solution. They currently power more than 2,000 online stores, and some of their biggest clients include companies such as Zippo, Raen, and Orb. Read on to see if this platform will meet your needs or if you should be looking at the products offered by their competitors. Continue reading
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