Mumbai: Excess2Sell.com – India’s largest pure B2B online marketplace for liquidation of overstock excess inventory and ageing assets has completed its three year journey earlier this month, establishing itself as the leader in the highly un-organised liquidation segment. With a registered partner base of over 24,000 B2B businesses, the company has captured the largest share of the B2B excess inventory market pie in the three years since its inception. Today excess2sell leads the unsold stock liquidation sector by connecting close to
In line with increasing business opportunities, excess2sell has unveiled a unique ‘E2S Premium’ Membership plan for all its registered partners. The plan is being offered at a one-time fee of Rs.2499/- valid for a year where buyers and sellers are given exclusive and priority access to liquidation deals, translating to bigger profits.
- For buyers: The registered buyer will be offered early access to the daily liquidation deals along with a full-waiver of the transaction fee for the first eleven months. In addition, excess2sell will offer 100 per cent complimentary insurance on all their purchases and best of all, shipments worth up to Rs.50 lacs of purchase will be borne completely by the company.
For sellers: excess2sell guarantees the seller liquidation of their unsold stock up to Rs.50 lacs within eleven months of their opting into the membership. Additionally, the seller will be entitled listing of 10 liquidation deals in a year and an exclusive monthly mailer reaching out to 200,000 B2B players. Excess2sell also assures 100 per cent and immediate transfer of payment on the deals transacted.
The company has floated the Premium Membership offer on the back of a great previous year i.e. 2018 which marked several significant developments in excess2sell’s growth journey. Over the last one year the company’s sales crossed US $10 million, along-side it brought on-board a Technology Director and launched the mobile APK making new inroads into the B2B online marketplace. Simultaneously, the company has been strengthening its offerings in electronics, IT, mobility, computers, telecom, broadband products and building up supply chain for verticals that include apparels, LED, electrical products, footwear and industrial goods which are expected to begin contributing to the company top-line from here on.