BB Trade Sales unveils new look

Gift and gadget supplier to showcase rebrand at Autumn Fair; Names new additions to team.
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BB Trade Sales is showcasing a totally rebranded stand, together with new packaging and products, streamed product videos, new faces and a new look website.

The firm will have a range of new products on display at Autumn Fair, the result of a continued significant investment in product design and development. In addition to in-house product designers and developers, the company also employs top design agencies in order to offer its customers the most innovative products.

The latest products include retro toys such as the 70's hit Big Trak alongside brand new lines like Aqua Pod - an outdoor launcher that sends a two-litre bottle soaring up to 100-feet, Calculator Watches, iMusic knitted hats and the Jellephish Lamp - an LED mood light scrolling through a rainbow of colours and modes.

The fair also marks the addition of new faces to the BB Trade Sales' team. The sales team has recently welcomed Andy Lamb from novelty gift supplier Mustard.

Meanwhile, Ella Williamson (pictured) from online retailer I Want One of Those and BBC2's Something for the Weekend joins the marketing team.

BB Trade Sales was founded by Ian Williams, who started the company in 2003 pulling together his expertise in IT and telecoms with his love of all things gadgetry and fun. His keen eye for product turned a trade on EBay in 2003 into a company employing 30 members of staff, which supplies leading High Street, online and catalogue companies in the UK, Europe and beyond.

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