With Traede’s Campaign tool, you can create good looking product catalogues in less time than it takes to find a designer.
Putting together a catalogue to show off your products is time consuming. You probably hire a designer who’ll spend endless late nights hunched over a trackpad fuelled by nothing but caffeine. Then, after some back and forth tweaking the design, a pdf finally lands on your desk, along with a nice bill. Now the whole world is ready to hear about your upcoming mid-season sale.
A B2B webshop is the easiest, fastest and most modern way to do wholesale. If that doesn’t sound intriguing enough, here’s a rundown of everything you need to know about B2B webshops.
There’s an app for everything. Thanks to Traede, that includes your B2B eCommerce platform. Here are the best reasons for implementing an iPad app into your wholesale processes.
B2B eCommerce Platforms. You’ve heard the term before, but what exactly is the deal with these things? Don’t worry, we’re here to help.
A B2B eCommerce platform can be a lot of things, but at Traede, we have a pretty clear idea about what it should be. A B2B eCommerce platform should let you to handle all your products, customers and incoming orders in a single place. It’s a way of taking the best features of the online B2C world and implementing them into B2B. One example is the ability for you to take orders 24 hours a day, every single day. Or to manage your operations from a single platform, reducing errors and saving time. These are features that have completely revolutionised traditional shopping. Now they’re ready to revolutionise wholesale.
The biggest report on the state of Danish fashion is out. We’ve read it, and the insights are clear.
Every year, accounting giant Deloitte takes a good hard look at the state of fashion in Denmark. It feeds several terabytes of complex datasets to a bunch of well dressed number crunchers, who then take the overall pulse of the Danish fashion industry. This is what we learned by reading their report.
Copenhagen-based fashiontech startup Traede, which offers a B2B ecommerce platform, has closed an additional $1.8 million investment led by PreSeed Ventures, a leading European VC that previously backed companies like Vivino and Trustpilot. Fashion and lifestyle industry heavyweights Henrik Theilbjørn, Chairman of Swedish fashion giant Boozt.com and Simon Stampe, Chairman and founder of Danish interior design firm Bloomingville, also participated. This additional funding extends Traede’s seed round to $2.4 million in total.