NEXTRADE is the digital B2B market place for suppliers and retailers in the home and living business. NEXTRADE is a uniform, digital order and data-management service for suppliers and retailers in just one system.
The advantage which NEXTRADE offers is that dealers can use one system, in which orders are possible at any day or night time. With just a few clicks the dealers can call up news, campaigns and product disposability across all suppliers. The corresponding pictures and data will be available for WWS and internet shops and can be imported in the desired format via nmedia's EDI clearing centre directly into the systems. Last but not least, the dealer can prepare and follow up his visit to the fair in an optimum way.
The supplier will be available 24 hours a day to his trader partners. Using pictures and information, he can make his brands and products into an immediate experience for his buyers and significantly support efficiency in his own sales department. Every supplier will have his own shop within NEXTRADE and the supplier decides who has access to his shop.
You can find more information at www.nextrade.market or
Daniel Zander (firstname.lastname@example.org) Telephone: +49 211 54 23 24 30
Andre Schmidt (email@example.com) Telephone: +49 211 54 23 24 27
Stefan Mauruschat (firstname.lastname@example.org) Telephone: +49 211 54 23 24 28
Nicolaus Gedat (email@example.com) Telephone: +49 211 54 23 24 33
The NEXTRADE market is online since October 2019. At this time over 85 brands with 120.000 articles are already present on NEXTRADE.
The operator is nmedia GmbH, Düsseldorf.
NEXTRADE is operating initially in Germany and Europe. But there is no regional restriction to the service, which will be supplied digitally in German and English.
€ 600 fixed annual fee and a sales-related commission on the orders received there. These costs will amount for EDI suppliers 1.5% and for all others 2.5% sales commission. For retailers NEXTRADE is free of charge.
Any retailer (NOT private individuals) can register there. Whether a retailer can order from a supplier or not will be decided by the supplier itself, which will then activate the retailer's access to the shop (or not).