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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.
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We are very proud to announce a new look and functionality to our sister site MyFleaMarketGuide.com. The country’s largest browsable collection of flea markets, antique shows, and farmer’s markets just got a lot better. (if we do say so ourselves) We streamlined the search, added new functions, and made it easier to find the […]
Reasons to Attend
No matter how small your retail business may be, the benefits of attending a trade show sponsored by vendors or industry associations far outweigh any reason not to attend. These conferences have been developed in order to give retail owners, buyers and managers the opportunity to meet existing suppliers, conduct business meetings, network with others in retail and investigate new products.
If you’re currently struggling to operate your business with few to no employees, chances are you may feel like you don’t have the time to attend a trade show. Consider hiring temporary help, asking family to assist or simply plan to close shop for a day in order to attend the trade show.
Once you’ve decided to attend the trade show, you’ll need to plan ahead. To get the most from attending a trade show, you should have a strategy. Knowing what you would like to accomplish before, during, and after the show will help maximize your time. Here are some trade show planning tips:
- Avoid the confusion at the show by pre-registering.
- Have a goal of what you want to accomplish, such as which vendors to visit, what items you need to purchase, what seminars to attend and which new product lines you’d like to see.
- Know your inventory needs before the show. More efficient purchasing will save you money by grouping your orders to take advantage of discounts and special offers, as well as keeping you within budget.
- Set appointments with any vendor you’d like to meet with during the show.
- Plan to bring any employees who would greatly benefit from attending the trade show. Continue reading Maximize Your Trade Show Time
For many shoppers Black Friday represents the absolute best opportunity to grab the season’s hottest deals. The chaos and melee that ensues upon the doorstep of big box retailers each and every year is just par for the course, some might say they look forward to the battle within the isles. Black Friday is something that truly lacks proper description and can only be experienced firsthand. This year will be no different however this year’s Black Friday is going to start just a bit earlier. I guess we could call this Grey Thursday?
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Los Angeles, CA (April 15, 2013) — ASD Show announces they are rolling out a new sourcing event alongside their flagship show-ASD Las Vegas, August 4-7, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event will offer Importers, Distributors, Wholesalers, Designers, and Production Professionals a dedicated sourcing show to meet face-to-face with contract manufacturers & factories from around the globe at the world’s largest consumer-goods show.
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Come June Yahoo staffers will no longer be permitted to telecommute, CEO Marissa Mayer has released an internal memo letting everyone know she expects them to be on board…literally.
Yahoo has seen a stretch of poor performances and management woes, this new policy may be just what the company needs to get everyone […]
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The catalog of interviews is only half of the story. Through a link on flag ship site GetThatWholesale.com any listed company will be able to record a thirty second message without cost and using no special software of their own. They just click a button and a recorder opens ready to create their message. The supplier can then review and change their message if needed before committing to it. Continue reading GET Heard by literally thousands of buyers!
What will my competitors say?
Just recently I read an article within a trade publication regarding the recent trend of trade show exhibitors and their plight as to whether to exhibit in a noticeably slower economy. The publication which will remain anonymous hinted at the ominous and undesirable outcome that may unravel should a supplier decide not to exhibit. The articles main focus was the conversation that would occur between your buyer or potential buyers and your competition.
Continue reading Important and not so Important factors to consider about Trade Shows