In the world of the fashion sector which, as highlighted by the Camera della Moda, represents the second industry in the country, the Milan fashion week was one of the first events to suffer the consequences of the pandemic, followed by other events in Italy and abroad. The failure to meet supply and demand in the fashion sector closely affects both large brands and small artisan workshops, severely testing Italian excellence.
To remedy this problem Bsamply, a startup founded in 2017, has created an innovative platform that allows you to participate in real online fairs, offering a 360 ° experience. Bsamply tradeshow project is much more than a market place or a simple viewing room, but a useful tool that allows suppliers with their sales network and buyers to exchange questions, answers and offers in real time via chat, show the products of the own digital stand and their specifications (composition, color ...), choose to show some products publicly to all users or privately to their customers, sample, start negotiations, conclude orders and even carry out transactions.
Not only for those canceled, the platform can also prove fundamental for the fairs that will take place regularly once the emergency has ended, acting as a bridge between those who managed to participate with their own physical stand and those who were unable to move, integrating online and offline. There are several advantages that it guarantees, including a drastic reduction in costs for travel, freight transport and stand construction. BSAMPLY offers two packages to its customers: a basic one that allows you to upload 500 articles and access from a single account and a standard one that includes technical support, uploading 1000 products and access from multiple accounts.