Blog: Michelle RussellNew B2B marketplace connects suppliers and retailers

Michelle Russell | 3 October 2019

A B2B fashion marketplace has launched that aims to help retailers find innovative styles at competitive prices from the best suppliers in the business, while helping sellers expand their reach and increase sales.

Launched by wholesale brand City Goddess and commercial fashion brand Goddiva, the purpose of TradeGala is to connect apparel buyers with retailers globally.

"Companies no longer need to invest the time, money and resource in travelling to appointments, or attending trade fairs in order to make new business connections. The advance of technology has allowed TradeGala to create a cutting-edge platform which in turn allows brands to showcase their products, analyse trends and adapt to maximise business growth; while introducing a huge range of international fashion brands and suppliers to buyers, with products constantly updated to reflect the latest in fashion,” the creators said.

The site launches with 24 brands across accessories, activewear, casual dress, evening wear and footwear, including City Goddess, Marc Angelo, KDK London, Gypsy Clothing, Conquista Fashion, Gold Lunar, Haus of Deck, Hugz Jeans, Lindy Bop, Looking Glam, Geniris Paris, Glitz Shoes and Versa Forma.

Sectors: Apparel, Retail

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