Have you ever dreamed of setting up your own online store? Then say hello to Tictail. Created by 28-year-old Carl Waldekranz from Sweden (aka: the next Mark Zuckerberg), this is an e-commerce tool for people looking to start up their own virtual businesses.
Launched in 2012, in under two years Tictail has seen over 50,000 stores created on the platform. Well-known brands like Cheap Monday have got involved while smaller sole traders are selling handmade goods quickly and easily.
And don't worry about having the tech smarts - it's easy peasy to use, allows you to create your own template and is entirely FREE! The Tictail feed clearly guides you through the process of setting up and running your online store, from incorporating T&Cs to offering advice on marketing.
Just ask Yasmin Karimi who sells her own beauty range via the platform or Emelie Holmes who set up Good & Proper Tea, selling - you guessed it - packs of tea. You can read more about their stories in the gallery above.
Intrigued? You should be, not least because we're offering you lucky Grazia readers two premium add-ons (worth £162) when you sign up to Tictail. All you need to do is click here to get "Discount Codes" and "Abandoned Carts" free for a whole year.
To give you a helping hand, we asked some of Tictail's most successful store owners for their top tips for building your own brand. Find their answers by clicking through the gallery...