B-Stock Blog

Our Latest Marketplace: Groupon Goods

  We are thrilled to welcome Groupon Goods to the B-Stock Sourcing Network! This private-label marketplace will give business buyers around the globe unprecedented access to customer-returned and overstock inventory from Groupon Goods including: apparel, electronics, housewares, toys and other general merchandise from top European brands. The launch of this marketplace marks B-Stock’s first expansion …

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Almo’s Marketplace Now Auctioning Merchandise from Dallas Facility

As part of our ongoing partnership with Almo Corporation, we’re happy to expand our service offering to accommodate returned and excess merchandise from the company’s Dallas-based facility. Now qualified business buyers have an even greater opportunity to source products including name-brand appliances, top consumer electronics brands, and home and garden products directly from the largest …

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Almo Corporation Partners with B-Stock Solutions on Private-Label B2B Marketplace for Returned and Excess Merchandise

B-Stock Solutions, a technology provider powering the largest network of B2B liquidation marketplaces, has partnered with Almo Corporation, the national appliance, consumer electronics and professional audio/video distributor, to manage Almo’s official online liquidation marketplace for customer returns and excess merchandise. The auction lots offered consist of major and small name-brand appliances, consumer electronics and accessories, …

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How to Take out the Liquidation Middleman

For retailers, the process of buying and selling merchandise in the liquidation market should be as simple as finding a product-specific marketplace and joining or registering in the different marketplace online forums. This may seem mundane, but it can become difficult if you do not have an experienced partner looking out for your business interests. …

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B-Stock’s CEO Howard Rosenberg Recognized as 2015 ‘Pro to Know’ by Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine

A big congratulations to B-Stock Solutions’ CEO Howard Rosenberg who was recently named a 2015 “Pro to Know” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. The “Pros to Know” awards recognize top supply chain executives who are leading initiatives to solve supply chain challenges in today’s global climate. In Howard’s case, that involves disrupting the …

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B-Stock Solutions’ CEO Howard Rosenberg Recognized as a 2015 “Pro to Know” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive

B-Stock Solutions, operator of the largest network of B2B liquidation marketplaces, is pleased to announce that its CEO Howard Rosenberg has been named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2015 “Pros to Know” list. The Pros to Know awards recognize supply chain executives that are leading initiatives to solve supply chain challenges in today’s global …

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The Benefits of Buying Directly From the Source

Traditional liquidation methods involve layers of middlemen, red tape, product poaching and price mark ups before buyers even have access to the inventory. Luckily this old-school way of doing things is slowly evolving into an efficient B2B model where buyers have access to returned, overstock and excess merchandise directly from the retailer or manufacturer’s private-label, …

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Creating an Impactful Solution for Liquidation of Excess Inventory

Consider this: in 2014 consumers returned a record $284 billion worth of merchandise to retailers. That’s a huge number (about equal to the GDP of Singapore) and it is only going to get bigger due to the continued increase in online sales (which typically bring a higher return rate) and relaxed return policies by retailers to drive …

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Seasonal Returns Provide Great Product-Sourcing Opportunities

Did you know that around 10% of all holiday purchases are returned to retailers in the months following Christmas? Whether buyers’ remorse, relaxed return policies or gift-recipient repugnance, retailers are getting back close to $64 billion in merchandise sold during the holidays; much of which can’t go back on the shelves. All of these returns, however, …

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Best Practices for Returned and Excess Merchandise

In 2014, consumers returned a record $284 billion worth of merchandise to retailers. This number is increasing largely due to the increase in online sales (which typically bring a higher return rate) and relaxed return policies to drive customer loyalty. Lack of innovation over the past 50 years for dealing with consumer-returned and excess inventory …

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