Exertis Enables Resellers to Accessorise their Sales

B2B Distributor Exertis has announced a number of vendor additions that complement an already comprehensive accessories range. Resellers will have access to connectivity solutions from J5, mobile phone accessories from Tzumi and travel accessories from Travel Blue.

Matthew Balcombe, Exertis Unlimited, commercial director said, “The accessories market continues to grow as consumers look to gain extra value from their devices. With improved connectivity, end customers have even greater options to use accessories anytime and anywhere. Our resellers and retailers have a great opportunity to maximise the profitability of a sale by adding accessories that solve day to day issues for users and we have an exciting range that covers pretty much every requirement.”

The distributors says that J5 provide a range of innovative connectivity solutions that include multi-functional docking stations that are perfect for expanding any laptop into a full-sized workstation, display adapters for HDMI, VGA and USB Type-C and a variety of cables. J5 is one of the forerunners in deploying successful wormhole technology with plug and play products that can easily transfer data from Windows to Mac and vice versa.

Commenting on other new vendors Exertis says: Tzumi has a range of retail friendly FSDU solutions that include: glass protectors for iPhone and Samsung models; vibrantly coloured, wireless earbuds and headphones; connectors; Bluetooth enabled selfie sticks and power chargers.

Travel Blue provides a versatile range of travel accessories that offer practicality, attractive design, excellent quality and value for money for customers. These include: laptop and folding bags; pouches and wallets, luggage accessories, international adapters and USB chargers and travel comfort items.

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