Brands starting with K

Kinguin

Kinguin When it comes to buying cheaper games, Kinguin is “king”. Since its foundation back in 2013, the site is now among the largest alternative games marketplace with its more than 4 million customers. Aside from selling games, they also provide a platform for gamers to sell unwanted game keys or even CS:GO skins. - rate

Klook

Klook Klook is a travel website that provides travelers with a super easy and convenient way to purchase tickets for various tourist destinations, hire transportation, and even pre-purchase some travel must-haves like a SIM card and WiFi, completely online! - rate

Kohl's

Kohl's Kohl’s is one of the largest and most popular American departmental stores that sell literally anything under the sun, ranging from furniture for your new home to the latest wearable tech. As a departmental store, the only things they don’t sell are perishables such as food and drinks or frozen goods, and hardware. - rate

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Yelp for Business Owners Yelp for Business Owners Yelp is one of the most renowned review sites for businesses, be it a restaurant, plumbing services, or a hotel. After the massive overhaul it made to remove fake reviews and bots, Yelp is slowly regaining the trust of its users, allowing them to make use of reviews posted by others to make critical purchasing decisions. Barnes & Noble Barnes & Noble Barnes & Noble is the largest bookselling company in the United States. With over 750 retail stores across all 50 states, this company sells a variety of digital media, toys and educational products, gifts, reading aids, art supplies, and more, in addition to a myriad of books. iStock Photo iStock Photo Owned and managed by Getty Images, iStock Photo is among the world’s best source of quality stock content, be it photos, illustrations, videos or audio, at affordable prices. Walgreens Walgreens Walgreens is a company that primarily stocks and sells pharmaceutical items, ranging from supplements to prescription refills, but also other goods such as contact lenses, personal care products, cosmetics, fitness items, and more. They have brick-and-mortar shops that you can visit and an online store that offers free shipping. PatPat PatPat Established by InterFocus Inc, PatPat is set up with the sole intent of providing quality mom and baby goods at affordable prices. And how they do that? They use the Manufacturer to Consumer model (M2C) – They cut out the middlemen and let you order your products directly from the manufacturers. Mattel Mattel Mattel is one of the biggest brands and companies when it comes to popular children’s toys. They own multiple IPs including the iconic brands, Barbie and Hot Wheels. Aside from their own range of toys, they also work with other huge entertainment companies like Disney and DC Comics.

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