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Samuel B. Collection Launches New B2B Portal for Wholesale Jewelry

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GREAT NECK, NY – The Samuel B. Collection announced that it has launched a new online B2B platform that aims to change how retailers purchase jewelry.

This initiative comes as the industry seeks greater real-time access to inventory and more seamless purchasing experiences across multiple channels instead of long-established sales methods.

“Most buyers are accustomed to seeing wholesale jewelry collections at trade shows where inventory is limited, or in catalogs which don’t reflect current inventory,” says Mathew Behnam, spokesperson for The Samuel B. Collection. “With our new portal, we’ve created a customer experience as innovative and distinctive as the collection itself.”

Customers can search thousands of products, check available stock and order items from any device. The portal also makes shipping faster and reorders simpler. Additionally, the platform allows interactions with sales representatives, who can share items and line sheets personalized for each buyer.

To sign up for the portal, visit www.samuelb.com. Click “Retailer Login” followed by “Request Access,” and then fill in basic contact information. A temporary password will be issued via a welcome email, and new users can begin browsing collections and discover the portal’s full functionality.

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