Juice specialise in selling mobile accessories and rebranded last month
Juice has struck a partnership with Ingram Micro as it looks to
expand its B2B market share.
Micro specialises in offering end-to-end services and solutions to
businesses and has its UK headquarters based in Milton Keynes.
The partnership will
see Ingram Micro distribute Juice products into the B2B market, with
accessories including lightning cables, car chargers and power banks.
launched in 2010 as Gusto Telecom and has its products across a
number of UK retailers including; Boots, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Urban
Outfitters, Dixons Carphone, Halfords, Argos and Asda.
Juice founder and CEO
Jolyon Bennett said: “Over the last nine years we have worked
incredibly hard to position Juice as one of the UK’s market leading
“In forming this new
strategic partnership with Ingram Micro, we feel confident that they
will succeed in driving our core product lines within the B2B
Ingram Micro general
manager Matt Bramwell has welcomed the partnership with Juice, and is
“optimistic” at driving the growth of the brand within the B2B
“As a long-standing
business with proven experience in identifying markets and
technologies, we are certain Juice products will prove a hit with our
Earlier this summer the
Banbury-based accessories distributor rebranded to Juice, as the
brand became more recognisable according to Bennett.