Following the biggest shopping season of the year, January means an influx of returns for retailers of all kinds. To put the scope of this into perspective: sources predicted a 50% spike in the volume of parcels being returned during Take-Back Tuesday, the first working day of 2017. Howard Rosenberg, CEO of B-Stock Solutions, gives his top tips for making sure you don’t fall into a returns rut this January, but rather, find further value in your excess stock, particularly the stock that can’t go back on store shelves and is slated for liquidation.


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