B4 Brands is one of the fastest growing skin care and infection prevention companies in the U.S. due to the strength and quality of its distribution partners. Since the inception of the company in 2002, B4 Brands has dramatically grown its product line and distribution reach. Currently, the company has distribution relationships in healthcare, education, corporate, food processing, industrial, government and the consumer market.
Competitive profit margins
A growing partnership
Samples & marketing support
B4 Brands is very interested in working with new distribution partners. If your company is interested in the distribution of our products, please call us at 888-667-6066 (ask for Dave Jansen) or fill out the contact form below.
A distributor is an intermediary entity between the producer of a product and another entity in the distribution channel or supply chain, such as a retailer, a value-added reseller. The distributor performs some of the same functions that a wholesaler does but generally takes a more active role. Distributors also frequently take a more proactive approach in educating resellers about new products, through such activities as providing samples and literature, presales training, road shows, and demos on behalf of vendors.
The main difference between a distributor and a retailer is that, a wholesale distributor supplies the products, while a retailer sells the products. A retailer is a person or business who sells the products or services directly to end customers. Wholesale distributors who purchase goods from manufacturers and sell the products to other organizations, like retailers, merchants, contractors and institutions, for resale or use.