As COVID-19 continues to escalate and impact retailers around the world, we’re hosting a webinar to share the latest trends and data B-Stock is seeing in the reverse logistics world, specifically how the secondary market is reacting. Please join us on Thursday, April 23 at 2pm EDT.

B-Stock’s Paul Busch will be joined by in-house experts to discuss:

  • The impact of warehouse closures, store closures, and logistics delays 
  • Inventory fluctuation and buyer demand across key categories 
  • Pricing behavior for essential and non-essential items, prior to and during the pandemic
  • What the next month looks like for secondary market supply and demand
  • Best practices for retailers struggling with overstock once stores reopen

We’ll also have our 3PL partner, C.H. Robinson, on hand to answer questions on the state of logistics.

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We hope you can join us!

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