Black Friday 2013 Kicks Off the Largest Electronics Shopping Season

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Consumers Are All Set To Spend $203 Billion on Consumer Electronics This Black Friday; Is Ready to Play the Role of a Reliable Source of Retail-Ready Products.

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With Black Friday just around the corner, retailers, smart retailers to be a little more precise, take the proactive approach rather than reactive one to cater to the tidal wave of customers and returning customers this shopping season.

Black Friday will kick off a mammoth shopping season this year, one of the biggest the consumer electronics market has ever seen. When the NDP Group asked consumers what kind of products they will buy this shopping season, 41% showed their commitment to purchase consumer electronics. This figure is up from last year’s 37%. People are all set to spend $203 billion on consumer electronics.

Black Friday predictions are now an essential part of the whole Black Friday tradition. These predictions are the perfect prelude to the event that kicks off the holiday shopping season and keeps both consumers and retails busy till the time comes to make New Year resolutions. How well retailers are able to learn from these predictions will determine how successful they are. However, the most successful retailers do not only keep an eye on market predictions; they align all the right elements in their supply chain to captivate and make the most of the excitement Black Friday shoppers feel.

As expected, a majority of big retailers have starting offering promotional sales quite early as Black Friday draws near. To say that the collective appetite for consumer electronics is huge will be an understatement. Retailers need to plan accordingly to meet this colossal demand. It is in times like these that’s capability of swiftly moving a wide variety of electronic items shines the brightest. The liquidation company is the best partner that retailers can hope for during one of the busiest shopping seasons in front of them. is all geared up to provide retail-ready and raw products to retailers. Retailers who are serious about accommodating this bevy of Black Friday shoppers will do well by utilizing’s diverse collection of raw and retail-ready consumer electronics, which currently include top of the line tablets, TVs, monitors and notebooks.

As people shift from desktops to mobile devices, the demand for notebooks and tablets continues to grow dramatically. These aside, there’s another huge market for the accessories for these products, which keeps customers coming back to the electronics sector.

TVs, for instance, are a huge and rapidly expanding market that attracts consumers with all sorts of budgets. The rising sizes and declining prices of TVs make sure there is never a shortage of customers looking to upgrade the tube in their living rooms, bedrooms and garages. What retailers have to make sure of is that there is no shortage of TVs, 3D TVs and Smart TVs in their stock. Budget and mainstream notebooks are also hot items that retailers should target. is an excellent place to source these items as well.

Black Friday is a great time to particularly promote TV deals and attract customers who are not necessarily looking for high-end televisions. Big-screen TV deals are one of the biggest reasons people line up outside stores around Black Friday. Consumer can’t get enough of these electronics, and retailers need to get enough of these in their stockpile.
How well retailers are prepared to monetize this holiday season, reach out to the consumers and help them find what they’re looking for will have a great impact on their bottom line. After all, Black Friday sets the tone for the shopping season. Preparations begin long before the Friday arrives and is right in the middle of this bustling business, connecting retailers to consumers.

Bridging the gap between buyers and sellers and ultimately helping sellers increase recoveries on customer returns, end of life product and overstocks. Meanwhile, helping sellers purchase that very same product at an attractive price.
By providing analytical tools that are not easily available to small businesses, offers every available category of products within a specific industry and brings together retailers, manufacturers, liquidators, exporters, refurbishers, recyclers and, of course, buyers and sellers. Combined into a single online destination, will finally eliminate the middleman and bring buyers and sellers together.

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