Once you find a good source for wholesale products, how do you go about selling them?
You have many choices for how and where to sell your products, but the product you’re selling has a great impact on where you should concentrate your efforts.
Basically, rack jobbing is a relationship between a you and a retailer where you display your goods in their retail location. The retailer only pays for products sold, and you each benefit with a little profit from each sale.
A warning to anyone preparing to get into the wholesale TV business. The New York Times has an article stating that wholesale TV prices are getting ready for a big drop. Companies have excess inventory and need to make room for new models.
If you’re reading this blog, you may already have a good understanding of what the word “wholesale” means. However, it seems that more and more people are losing sight of what wholesale really is.
According to CNN Money, “The Labor Department reports that its Producer Price Index increased by 1.2% in July and by 9.8% in the past year.” The annual Producer Price Index for finished goods rose almost 10 percent in the 12 months that ended in July.
WholesaleCentral.com is basically a directory of wholesale suppliers and products. You are also able to use their “Wholesale Power Search” feature to search the site for specific wholesale products.
Plans and Methods for Cutting Down Expenses and Increasing Sales–Helpful, Comparative Cost-Of-Doing-Business Figures Based on a National Investigation Made by the Bureau of Business Standards