Posts Tagged ‘How to Sell My Product to Retail’

How Retailers Sort Through the Good, Bad, and Ugly Products

At Retailbound, it’s my job to find products that have the potential to establish or scale out a retail presence in today’s super competitive omni-channel market. It’s not about being the newest tech or having the best PR firm – there’s lots of factors retail buyers, reps, distributors, and people like myself look for. Financially…

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Risk is Unavoidable in Retail. So Minimize It.

A new year means new possibilities, strategies, goals, and risks for your business. This blog is for product companies entering retail soon, or thinking about launching a product into the market for the first time. Crowdfunding and manufacturing innovations have made it vastly easier to create a product business from a unique idea. Ecommerce is…

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Hardware Startups: The Changed Retail Landscape

To be clear, the retail space is always changing and evolving, especially if you are in the hardware startups category. Competition, new technology, and changing consumer behavior are just some of the reasons. Being successful in leveraging the scaling power of retail requires (and has always required) a lot of effort and thorough understanding of…

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Steps to Achieve Retail Growth

If developing and executing your retail growth strategy seems as simple as doing your taxes while skydiving… you’re not alone. How many new products do you see from VCs, crowdfunding, or inventors each year? After a few months, how many of those do you never hear about again? Today’s post shows generic guidelines on how…

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Top 14 Retail Business Musts

To excel in education there are learning musts, to excel in sports there are training musts, and to excel in working with retailers there are retail business musts. I don’t want to overly simplify the retail sales and marketing process, but the following are what I consider to be the retail business musts… First Impressions Are Vital to…

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