Joor, a digital wholesale marketplace, said it expanded two of its offices in Paris and Los Angeles.
Its wholesale platform, which services over 3,000 brands and 175,000 retail locations, enables Joor to “rid [companies] of manual processes and grow their businesses” more efficiently, via streamlined order processing, assortment, planning and analytics. Joor said they are the first to put the entire wholesale buying process online, which allows brands and retailers to cut costs, drive incremental revenue and improve their customers’ experiences.
Headquartered in New York City, Joor was founded in 2010 and has seen double-digit growth this year for brands and retailers, the company said. Kristin Savilia, the chief executive officer of Joor, said that its “Client service is what sets Joor apart from the competition, so growing our offices in cities where our clients are based is paramount to building and keeping the world’s largest digital wholesale marketplace.”
And its new offices are strategically positioned in the cities’ retailing and fashion districts. The expanded Paris office is now located in the Marais in the former Parisian retailer Galeries Lafayette Building, with leadership under Kevin Kozinchik, the newly appointed managing director of sales, who oversees EMEA sales and business Development. Joor’s L.A. office is in the Fashion District’s Merchants Exchange building, which will continue to be overseen by the New York headquarters, the company reported.
The firm’s clients include LVMH, Michael Kors, Zac Posen, Vince and Rag & Bone. Joor has additional offices in London, Milan and Melbourne/Sydney.
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