US-based Lorr has introduced a new bespoke metaverse for retailers aiming to bridge the gap between Web2 and Web3 and to provide unique experiences with a captivating narrative in a virtual setting.
LORR is a frictionless, long-term partner for luxury retailers to thrive in the metaverse. The startup provides companies with a simple way to enter the metaverse and develop applications in Web3 through design services, advice, and reasonable pricing. The company aims to act as a link between Web2 and Web3 businesses.
Luxury fashion and real estate companies in the metaverse can benefit from Lorr’s end-to-end solution as a sustainable partner. Seventy-four percent of adults in the United States has already entered the metaverse or are thinking about doing so. This proportion is remotely similar to the acceptance and usage of the original internet.
Lorr is well-positioned to redefine the eCommerce luxury segment in this market landscape.
“Through the metaverse, the world has witnessed a technological revolution,” said CEO Nova Lorraine.
We are now in a position where we can create custom virtual reality spaces and re-imagine new realities. A customized computer-generated environment allows users to connect in new and exciting ways. We are at the forefront of something exceptional as the metaverse paves the way for the upcoming trillion-dollar business.
The company will act as a link for Web2 to Web3 businesses, earning its name from the founder’s extensive experience in retailing and real estate. Lorr is implementing a strategy to concentrate on underserved communities, such as independent retailers, women, business owners, and others currently left behind in the Web3 space.
Lorr wants to be the pioneering gateway to Web3. The business offers security, interoperability, and a focus on the community, advising and educating retailers about the metaverse and how they can engage with their clients. At the same time, both parties can get accustomed to an innovative, interactive platform.
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