Local company Envoy has been making the news lately with continued growth and moves to their new space on the westside. The local business community is happy to hear that Envoy is back in the news again with another exciting announcement!
From Envoy’s press release: “Grand Trunk
, makers of renowned adventure, travel, camping, and beach accessories, has adopted Envoy as its B2B platform.”
This is great news for the ever growing business community in Grand Rapids, as another startup continues to show strong and steady growth.
Envoy is a technology company providing innovative wholesale B2B software solutions for content and commerce, and is designed to help footwear and apparel companies create dynamic content, increase sales, grow their wholesale channels, and raise their market strategies.
From Envoy’s press release: “Grand Trunk will be using Envoy Core to unify their B2B processes and fuel growth, while providing valuable feedback on the specific demands a growing company will have for its B2B platform.”
"Our new Envoy Core offering is really exciting for us. It's an opportunity for growing companies to take advantage of the same powerful tools and benefits found in our enterprise edition. Envoy Core gets these growing brands out of using an xls sheet to capture orders and a PDF to tell their story, and gives them a destination to invite their buyers into a modern purchasing and showroom experience," says CEO Jon Faber.
With similarities to Swedish-based, but Grand Rapids present software company Configura
, Envoy has found an elegant solution to a problem within an industry that has been previously overlooked. In a Jobsian approach, Envoy has simplified an antiquated process that tech has overlooked and that businesses have not noticed could not only be improved, but revolutionized.
If you are reading this news and are currently living in Grand Rapids, our city is shaking things up!
If you are a Grand Rapids expat reading this elsewhere, then you might want to reconsider that move. Grand Rapids is showing little sign of slowing down.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano is Rapid Growth’s innovation and jobs editor. To reach Ken, you can email [email protected] or follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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