Month: April 2017

What to Look for in a B2B Liquidation Marketplace

Relaxed return policies build customer loyalty, but on the flipside, drive a culture of impulse buying: consumers know they can purchase – and bring back – items at will, with no questions asked. In the case of e-commerce, returns are even more robust due to the propensity of the buyer to purchase three or four …

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Posted in: Our Blog

Why you should ditch middleman liquidator (and buy goods straight from the source)

Over the past few years a shift has taken place in how retailers and manufacturers liquidate their inventory: many are bypassing traditional methods and incorporating technology-based programs into their overall business strategy (or as we like to call it, “Liquidation 2.0”). This includes launching customized B2B online auction liquidation marketplaces that connect returned and excess …

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Posted in: Buyer Resources

Retailers urged not to overlook reverse logistics as pressure to boost profits in 2017 continues to mount

Retailers are failing to adequately review the efficiency of their reverse supply chains, particularly when it comes to the quick and effective disposal of returned, excess and unwanted stock, claims retail expert Howard Rosenberg, CEO of B-Stock Solutions. New research has revealed that, despite frequent and significant investment, only three per cent of retailers in …

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Posted in: In The News

Secondary Market Insights

Skyrocketing return rates brought on by the growth of ecommerce and buyer expectations of no-hassle, cross-channel return policies are forcing retailers to rethink their reverse logistics programs in order to remain competitive. Consider this: by the end of 2017 the value of retail returns will be equivalent to total online sales — around $440 billion. …

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