Start Your Own Wholesale Distribution Business

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Dec 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 104 pages
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You say you like doing deals and making money but don't care much about getting into the retail grind?

Maybe you need to be the person in the middle-the wholesaler, the one who buys goods in volume from manufacturers and sells them to retailers at a profit. With millions of products on the market already and new ones coming every day, the wholesale economy has plenty of room for growth.

This guide tells you how to start thriving wholesale operation, specializing in any industry you choose-and run in from your kitchen table, if you like. Entrepreneur magazine has interviewed dozens of successful wholesaling entrepreneurs and distilled the best of their advice into a format that's easy to read and understand. You'll learn:

  • How to make contact with manufacturers and retailers
  • How to obtain product exclusives
  • How to find prime locations for your wholesale distributorship
  • Insiders' secrets for overcoming your competition

Start Your Own Wholesale Distribution Business also includes sample forms, step-by-step instructions, checklists and worksheets to guide you smoothly through each stage of the startup process.

It's a straight shot from where you are today to owning and running your own business tomorrow-and you can start right now.

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Contents

Introduction to Wholesale Distribution
1
The Distributors Role
2
Getting Into the Game
3
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