Invenshare.com, a private marketplace for dealers to buy, sell, and trade excess inventory, is expanding its dealer network and growing available inventory by adding support for Canada dealers to join the popular industry website.
Josh Willits, owner of Invenshare.com, said, “From Day 1 in March last year we were contacted by Canadian dealers asking when Invenshare.com would be available for them to sign up, so it was only a matter of time. We’re thrilled to be able to include dealers from our northern neighbor in our growing site.”
Millson Technologies, out of Vancouver, BC, was one of the first dealers to contact Invenshare.com about supporting Canada.
“We’ve been in contact with Invenshare.com for a few months in anticipation that they would bring support of this innovative platform to Canada,” said Richard Millson, president and CEO of Millson Technologies and current CEDIA board member. “Invenshare.com seems like a great solution to a very real and long-standing problem in our industry. We plan on fully engaging with the site and all its features and we’re very excited to be a part of it. Like any network, the value to each member increases as more members get involved, so I’ll be encouraging all of my Canadian colleagues to join, contribute, and enjoy what I feel are the very obvious benefits of the site.”
Invenshare.com has experienced strong growth through its launch year with several popular buying group programs, the addition of the Liquidation Feature, and now support for Canadian dealers. For the Liquidation feature, Invenshare.com teamed up with multiple partners specializing in liquidation of used electronics through their well-established web stores to provide dealers an option to move products immediately for cash.
“We have a special feature that shows you how far a product is from your location based on GPS coordinates, so our biggest hurdle in supporting Canada was adding the translation table for Canadian addresses,” said Josh Willits. “That’s a really useful feature for our site, so getting it right was important.”