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Welcome to the Liquidity Services Blog

Bill Angrick- February 11, 2013

Welcome to the Liquidity Services blog. We are excited to launch this blog as a means to communicate with you. Whether you are one of our more than 2.2 million buyers around the globe or one of our thousands of clients for whom we sell capital assets or inventory, or if you simply have an interest in learning more about the reverse supply chain, we hope to provide you with valuable information that makes a difference for your organization.

Like many of you, we started out as a small business seeking to make a positive difference in the world by bringing buyers and sellers together in a more efficient manner to benefit each other. Today, our online marketplaces transact over $1 Billion of surplus goods across every major industry sector — manufacturing, retail, energy, transportation and the public sector — and we serve the needs of a growing number of small, mid-sized, and large business buyers and sellers. By providing businesses and entrepreneurs convenient access to valuable surplus assets, we help divert thousands of items from the nation’s waste stream and work with Fortune 1000 businesses to achieve their financial and sustainability goals.

Please keep our blog bookmarked and check in every week for interesting articles, case studies, notable achievements, and features on a variety of topics — from reverse logistics to carbon offsets — that may interest you. As we look to the future and how our services will benefit businesses, government agencies, and the planet, we are excited to have you along for the journey. Thank you for reading!

Bill Angrick, Chairman and CEO of Liquidity Services

Bill Angrick co-founded Liquidity Services and has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Liquidity Services since January 2000. Mr. Angrick holds an M.B.A. from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a B.B.A. with honors from the University of Notre Dame. He earned his CPA certificate in 1990.