The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed how we are working in our warehouse. We tried many things to adapt to the new situation, some of which failed, some of which worked. In this post, we want to share everything we did and the things that seem to work for us.
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Andreea is BuyBay’s go-to person when it comes to developing projects that push forward the company’s mission of promoting sustainability in the retail industry. In this article, she gives us an overview of a new platform that will cater to overstocks and returns, further reducing waste while ensuring maximum profit recovery for our partners.
When you think about it, every retailer, distributor, and manufacturer in the world faces the same problem: returned and overstock items piling up in their warehouses. Our goal at BuyBay is to provide a more sustainable solution to the problem of managing returns and overstock.
Find out how to create an instant positive cash and environmental impact with effective returns monetization!
Do you want to start with effective return management, or wish to improve your existing return management initiatives? This whitepaper outlines how you can get your business of returned products in control in just three steps! Prevent returns without return fees, increase [...]
BuyBay’s driving force behind Product Development, Jesse, connects business and IT by answering the question “what to develop next?” He started out as a student happy to take on a sideline for 2 days a week during his final year of college. Back then, BuyBay was in the early stages of mapping the returns problem. [...]
Kristel Kos runs the customer service team at BuyBay with great devotion. Now from home. Within a day she managed to successfully shift her 7 team members and their operation to working remotely.
Our Ruby on Rails developer Vladimir knows how to rise to the top. Literally. ‘I love hiking in the mountains. Being on top of the world; it’s the best feeling there is!’
CNN wanted to know more about the unique way in which BuyBay gives a second life to a returned product. For the series Thought Leadership, CNN made this short impression about BuyBay and the idea behind the company.
BuyBay has opened a new warehouse in Wijchen to process the increasing flow of return products and facilitate the growth of the company. The warehouse takes up more than 10,000 m2 and is fully equipped to receive, grade and resell return products to major web shops, brands and distributors.
For the second time in a short period, Fortino Capital, an investment vehicle of wealthy Belgian business families, has made a second investment worth millions in the Dutch tech sector.