RangeMe to help more suppliers reach Tesco shelves
The UK’s largest grocer Tesco has partnered with the world’s largest product sourcing platform RangeMe to support their product buying teams with access to the most relevant products their customers demand.
Tesco will leverage RangeMe to help their buyers scale product sourcing efforts with streamlined submissions and simplified discovery tools. Buyers can filter searches to find brands and products meeting exact sourcing needs, seamless connectivity and collaboration with suppliers, and access curated collections to help identify and understand category trends and emerging brands.
RangeMe first launched in 2014 and is used today by over 12,000 retail buyers in the UK, Benelux region, North America, and Asia Pacific. It has quickly established itself as the industry leader for retail product discovery and sourcing by becoming the world’s largest source of brands and products purchased by retail buyers.
RangeMe is the global online platform where retailers and suppliers can discover, connect, and grow their business. Suppliers can showcase their range, bring new products to market, increase brand visibility, and grow sales, while retail buyers use RangeMe to discover new products, search trends, and communicate directly with brands.
“We launched in the UK a few months ago and today Tesco, the largest grocer and supermarket chain in the country, has joined forces with us. We welcome them to our community of top retailers from around the world to transform their product sourcing experience. This is also an extraordinary opportunity for British suppliers to showcase their products directly to Tesco buyers and put their best foot forward” said Nicky Jackson, CEO of RangeMe.
This news presents suppliers around the world and especially in the UK a front-row audience with one of the biggest names in retail. RangeMe helps suppliers grow their retail relationships with a platform that gives them the tools and insights to manage their products, market their brand, and build awareness.
For more information visit the RangeMe website
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