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Samuel B. Launches Mobile-Friendly B2B Portal

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(PRESS RELEASE) GREAT NECK, NEW YORK – Samuel B., a designer of sterling silver and gold jewelry from Bali and around the world, has launched an updated mobile-friendly B2B portal.

Samuel B.’s new web portal was created after incorporating feedback from many of its retailers who liked ordering on its original portal but found it somewhat difficult to use, especially from their phones or tablets. The new portal incorporates feedback from these retailers and makes it easier for independent retailers to place orders while in their storefront or speaking to customers.

Mathew Behnam, vice president of business development at Samuel B., said, “Our sole focus in creating this new portal was to make it easier for our retail partners to place orders easily and effectively and from the positive feedback we have gotten so far I am confident that we’ve done that. I think this is the most easy-to-use B2B portal in the industry.”

Samuel B. will also be stocking all items on the B2B store to allow orders to be shipped in one to two days.

Existing customers should have already received their login credentials for the new portal and new customers can request access at wholesale.samuelb.com

Samuel B. Launches Mobile-Friendly B2B Portal

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A screenshot from Samuel B.’s new B2B portal.

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