FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 27, 2017
TigerTrade B2B Platform Is Revolutionizing Global Off-Price Commerce
Ripe For Disruption, $280 Billion Discount Trade Industry Is Experiencing A Major Shake-Up
NEW YORK, NY – TigerTrade sees opportunities in global demand for bargain hunting getting bigger and faster thanks to its cutting-edge approach to international off-price retail. This technology-focused firm launched a first-of-its-kind, business-to-business (B2B) off-price platform designed to improve the speed and efficiency with which companies can sell their excess inventory to international buyers in new markets such as China, United Arab Emirates and Mexico. As simple as signing up, bidding and completing a transaction, vetted businesses and retail brands can move excess inventory across the world within a few clicks. While globalization has accelerated business-to-consumer methods of purchase, changes in the B2B off-price industry have not seen much innovation or automation – until now.
Tanjila Islam, CEO of TigerTrade, and an International Trade and Global Sourcing adjunct professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology said, “Our mission is to be the trusted end-to-end marketplace for buying and selling wholesale closeout merchandise. We achieve this because we understand the needs of our buyers, we know our suppliers.” Islam continues, “There is a ton of supply and plenty of demand, but it is currently hard for buyers to locate international sellers.” Where she saw a market need, she also saw inefficiencies.
Continue reading $280 Billion Discount Trade Industry Is Experiencing A Major Shake-Up
The legal dry herb market is forecasted to top $6 billion in 2016, and the growth potential of this new industry is expected to be very high for years to come as more states move to legalize the herbs both medically and recreationally. Obviously this is a very attractive industry to enter, but the introductory costs for starting farms and dispensaries are prohibitively expensive.
The good news for budding entrepreneurs is that with the growth of marijuana sales, many ancillary products and services will also see significant sales increases. There’s a common maxim taught to wanna-be business owners that goes like this: “You can mine for gold or you can sell pickaxes.” This saying alludes to the fact that some of the most successful businesses are built around offering tools or supplies for bigger industries.
Continue reading Vaporizers: The Pickaxe of the Medical Marijuana Market
So when you are considering new products you must consider their demand, such is the case with “Weight Loss” products. Yes, the industry is saturated from cremes to gadgets but with an endless demand of customers the doing outweighs (no pun intended) the don’t.
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On November 11, we honor the brave men and women who have given so much of themselves by serving our country, risking their lives to protect all our hard fought freedoms.
There are many ways to give back to these heroes, here are just 5 small ways to start.
1: Simply say THANK YOU. This may seem small but it can go a long way and touch the heart.
2: Head over to your local Veterans Hospital and visit those who are healing. Don’t worry about just stopping by, trust me the visit is well worth your time and they will appreciate the gesture.
3: Visit the American Legion website and learn about volunteering. They offer many ways for you to assist, they depend on volunteers to accomplish their mission of devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.
Continue reading Veterans Day: 5 ways to serve those who have served
November 28th is Small Business Saturday.
Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday held on the Saturday after US Thanksgiving during one of the busiest shopping periods of the year.
First observed on November 27, 2010, it is a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which feature big box retail and […]
Has your company ever received an email about something completely foreign to your business? Let’s say you specialize in providing a service, maybe a great new system to quickly keep track of product inventory. That’s it, this service is all you do, nothing more or less. Your world revolves around providing this great new inventory tracker to businesses. Your website includes an about us page clearly talking about your love for this inventory tracking service and how it is your sole driving factor in today’s market. So why would you receive an email from someone asking if you need a better way to transport your products? Or another email offering a service that will photograph your products for online promotion? Or, another inquiry asking if you have the right packing materials for shipping your products? None of these are services you can use, a simple glance at your website would tell any would be sender this, so why are you getting these anyways?
Continue reading Splatter campaigns don’t work
A human approach to retail success
By Jim Connolly
In recent years, one of the biggest threats to traditional retailers has been the surge in Internet commerce. Lower overheads and fully automated systems have allowed some online retailers, to compete in a way that’s hard for traditional retailers to match.
Thankfully, as I have shown […]
This is not the first time we have touched on contracts, they such an important role in today’s business that we are re-posting this small piece of advice.
If you are in business than you have probably been burnt once or twice, unfortunately this is just a part of life. No matter what you sell or what type of service you provide you will always find those that are unhappy, no matter how hard you try to please there are some that cannot be satisfied. In situations like these it’s critical that your responsibilities to the client are spelled out and in writing. This is not only for your protection but their protection as well. Contracts are the basis for business and have been in use since ink touched paper, they provide not only peace of mind for the buyer but the legal protection of all parties involved. If you are not using them you should think about starting, without some type of contract between parties you are left unprotected and defenseless against anothers whim, confusion or misunderstanding. You will be left with a he said she said scenario and that’s not good when you are talking dollar and cents.
Here are some best practices when dealing with contracts:
1) READ THE CONTRACT – ALL OF THE CONTRACT – NOW READ AGAIN. Signing something you have not read is foolish and typically occurs with the inexperienced, you cant cry foul later when you realize you have agreed to something you would not have had you actually read the contract. This is common sense, read before signing. Continue reading Actually reading your contract helps…
In today’s tough economy the term free has the ability to grab ones attention quite quickly.Wholesale buyers seem to be reaching their bottom lines sooner than expected these days. Any opportunity to extend that bottom line with free benefits is always well appreciated. Well it seems as though some are capitalizing on this attractive […]