Category: Our Blog

Seller Spotlight: Kingdom Supply

Hundreds of sellers – ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small retailers – use the B-Stock Supply marketplace to sell bulk lots of inventory directly to business buyers. One such company is Kingdom Supply, a family-owned wholesale company specializing in wireless and consumer electronics accessories. Kingdom Supply was established in 2015 by father-sons team Steve, …

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday With a Side of Buyer’s Remorse

Thanksgiving marks the official start of the holiday shopping season and the outlook for retailers this year is positive: sales are expected to increase anywhere from 4 to 10 percent with the average shopper predicted to spend around $1,000 (on gifts for others and gifts-to-self). Between Grey Thursday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber …

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Seller Tip: How to Take a Great Listing Image

Posting clear and accurate images of  your products has major benefits including higher prices, more sales and additional trust from buyers. It also makes searching for listings easier. Read on for some tips for great listing photos and then put them into practice! Use a plain backdrop A simple white backdrop puts the focus on …

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Our Newest Marketplace: CellWorks Unlimited

We are pleased to welcome CellWorks Unlimited to the B-Stock Sourcing Network. This B2B liquidation marketplace will give buyers access to bulk quantities of pre-owned and thoroughly tested smartphones from top brands including: Apple, LG, Samsung, and Motorola. The devices, all previously traded-in, have undergone a meticulous grading and quality control process and range in …

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Almo Liquidation Auctions: New & Existing Buyer Promotion

In the market for name-brand appliances, top consumer electronics brands and home and garden products? Look no further than the Almo Liquidation Auctions marketplace; here you can purchase bulk quantities of returned and excess merchandise from the largest U.S. distributor of appliances. If you’ve never visited or purchased anything from the site, now is a …

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Rio 2016 Olympics: Auction Wrap Up

Of all the records broken during the Rio Olympic Games, we were most interested in the record set for largest Olympic Village. Why? B-Stock was responsible for the B2B marketplace that auctioned off the furniture and fixtures from the 3600 athlete apartments. At the height of the Games over 18,000 people, including athletes and coaches …

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See you at CTIA Super Mobility 2016!

Our team is looking forward to making the trip out to Las Vegas on September 7 for CTIA Super Mobility 2016. This is our third year attending the show that connects professionals across the mobile landscape and features the technology, people and ideas driving every aspect of the evolving wireless ecosystem. Mobile is a huge …

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B-Stock Partners with MyUS, Enabling More Purchasing Power for International Buyers

At B-Stock we’re always looking for ways to simplify the purchasing process for our buyers, this includes helping save our customers – located outside of the US – money on international shipping charges. Today, we’re pleased to announce our partnership with MyUS, the world’s largest package consolidation company. Through MyUS’ service offering, international buyers will …

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Liquidation vs. Wholesale: What’s the Difference?

There is often confusion on how liquidation and wholesale differ (or if they do at all). In fact, there is a huge difference between the two. Read on for overview of both. Liquidation typically means an organization is trying to turn excess, overstock, or obsolete assets into cash, quickly. For retailers, obsolete merchandise costs money …

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Online apparel is booming. What does that mean for returns?

Billions of dollars of apparel sales are moving from brick and mortar to online: the big shift – according to Internet Retailer – occurred last year when web sales of apparel grew 20.4% versus 1% for physical stores. In one year “the web’s share of U.S. apparel sales grew to 17.9% from 15.5%” and that …

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