Posts Tagged ‘how to sell my products to retailers’

The Unsung Reasons Retail is Tough

At Retailbound we work with consumer brands – both large and small – who are either launching a new product in retail or trying to position themselves more competitively in the space. Some obvious topics most companies think about (and sometimes get right) include pricing, packaging, promotional strategies, and which channels they’d like to place…

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What Retail Buyers Really Care About

As always I try to make these posts very concise and to the point.  This one deals with two specific points that your retail buyers care about most.  It basically boils down to time and money.  But to understand the significance and incorporate changes into your business requires some effort on your part. These two…

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Expanding Your Sales from Amazon to Retail

One of the most common topics brought up by physical product brands is developing strategy between Amazon vs retail (online or offline). While retailers and Amazon will be battling for years to come, what matters to your brand is how to navigate the battlefield. Amazon and retailers operate in a very different way. It’s not…

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Achieving Scaleable Growth in Retail

Let’s Set the Stage You’ve built a unique product, can financially handle POs, have a well-defined retail strategy to minimize risk, and have established interest from some key retail partners. You’ve made it further than most product entrepreneurs and it’s time to start executing your way towards scaleable channel revenue. And here’s where this article…

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