B-Stock helps clients liquidate excess inventory, including through branded marketplaces and its own B-Stock Supply platform where sellers procure inventory to resell.

B-Stock’s retail sellers must address changes in buyer demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and they’re also finding challenges in moving liquidation inventory into the secondary market, since many outlet stores, discounters, and liquidators are closed or unable to handle the inventory, Gieringer said. “Accordingly, some of our retail sellers are ramping up the volume of inventory listed on their marketplaces.”

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