Small Retail Secrets – Live Upcoming Webinar!

Upcoming LIVE FREE Webinar – Catalog Sales Secrets – How to Sell to Catalogs! No Experience Required!

LIVE FREE Webinar With Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands called "Small Retail Sales Secrets - How To Sell Your Consumer Products to Smaller Retailers Such as Mom and Pop Shops, Boutiques and Convenience Stores for an Additional Revenue Stream. No Experience Required!" 
" The Event is On Wednesday, July 14th, 2021 at Either 1PM PST or 5pm PST! Two Convenient Time Slots!

We are so excited to announce that our next FREE Webinar Training is on Wednesday, July 14th, 2021 and we will be discussing...

"Small Retail Secrets"

No sales experience, existing buyer relationships or patents required!

This FREE LIVE Webinar will be held this Wednesday - July 14th, 2021 at 1pm PST and 5pm PST. Two time slots available!

If you want to sell to small retailers such as boutiques, convenience stores and mom and pop shops - join us! 

If you can't make these times - sign up anyhow! We will be providing a limited time webinar replay. Although I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you joining us on the call as we will be having a very interactive experience and answering questions. Plus you will get extra bonuses for being on the live call. 

We will be sharing tips and strategies on how to sell to small retailers NOW! 

So be prepared to take a lot of notes!

Here's the link:   https://www.retailmba.com/small-retail-sales-secrets/

Either way, I wish you lots of happiness and success. 

We are capping the number of attendees. So sign up NOW! 

Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands

P.S. CLICK HERE to sign up for the Small Retail Secrets Webinar!

P.S.S. If you have friends that need help with starting and growing a successful consumer product business, please let them know about this intimate event! Thank you! 

Steve Little Interview – How to Sell Your eCommerce Brand

Steve Little Interview – How to Sell Your eCommerce Brand – with Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA

FREE Powerful Interview with Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands, and Steve Little!

Learn How to Sell Your eCommerce Business with Mergers and Acquisition Expert Steve Little! 


Just Click on the following link to watch this interview now: 
https://youtu.be/Kpw6bH7UYYE


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Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA

MyFunkins – Retail MBA Review – Retail MBA Brands

MyFunkins Success Story – Retail MBA Review – They got their products into Walmart!

MyFunkins Success Story - Retail MBA Brands

We just want to congratulate and spotlight our MyFunkins Client. They got their products into Walmart. Yay! 

There is nothing better than having our client’s get products on retail shelves!!

And in such a short period of time, too. Congrats! Go, go, go! Who’s next?!

Watch the short video on his success listed above - it’s fun to hear about others successes. 

Wishing you so much happiness and success.

Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands

P.S. Want to get your products on retail shelves? Check out our upcoming free 90 minute webinar on ‘How to Sell Your Products to Big Box Retail Chains’ by clicking here: https://retailmba.com/free.

Catalog Sales Secrets – Live Upcoming Webinar!

Upcoming LIVE FREE Webinar – Catalog Sales Secrets – How to Sell to Catalogs! No Experience Required!

LIVE FREE Webinar With Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands called "Catalog Sales Secrets - How to Sell to Major Offline and Online Catalogs - an Industry That Has Untapped Massive Revenue Opportunities!" The Event is On Wednesday, June 16th, 2021 at Either 1PM PST or 5pm PST! Two Convenient Time Slots!

We are so excited to announce that our next FREE Webinar Training is on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021and we will be discussing...

"Catalog Sales Secrets - How to Sell to Offline and Online Catalogs - an Industry That Has Untapped Massive Revenue Earning Opportunities!"

No sales experience, existing buyer relationships or patents required!

This FREE LIVE Webinar will be held this Wednesday - June 16th, 2021 at 1pm PST and 5pm PST. Two time slots available!

Most people don't even think about Major Catalog Sales - this can be an untapped revenue opportunity that's easier to sell than you think! Don't miss out! 

If you can't make these times - sign up anyhow! We will be providing a limited time webinar replay. Although I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you joining us on the call as we will be having a very interactive experience and answering questions. Plus you will get extra bonuses for being on the live call. 

We will be sharing tips and strategies on how to sell to major online and offline catalogs NOW! 

So be prepared to take a lot of notes!

Here's the link:   https://www.retailmba.com/catalog-sales-secrets-webinar

Either way, I wish you lots of happiness and success. 

We are capping the number of attendees. So sign up NOW! 

Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands

P.S. CLICK HERE to sign up for the "Catalog Sales Secrets - How to Sell to Offline and Online Catalogs - an Industry That Has Untapped Massive Revenue Earning Opportunities!" Free Webinar!

P.S.S. If you have friends that need help with starting and growing a successful consumer product business, please let them know about this intimate event! Thank you! 

John Kremer Interview – Selling Books to Bookstores and Retailers

Selling to Bookstores – John Kremer Webinar Retail MBA

FREE Powerful Training on Selling Books to Bookstores and Retailers

Check Out Our Free Interview on Selling Your Books or Consumer Products to Bookstoresl! What You Need to Know! With John Kremer and Karen Waksman. This Was a Powerful Interview!

Just Click on the following link to watch this interview now: 
https://youtu.be/iBvTHORtOvA

Also, Don't forget to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - we are always adding new content! Just Click on the Link and Then Subscribe. Thank You!

Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA

Gramercy Kitchen – Retail MBA Review – Retail MBA Brands

Gramercy Kitchen Success Story – Retail MBA Review – They got their products into Walmart Canada!

Gramercy Kitchen Success Story – Retail MBA Brands

We just want to congratulate and spotlight our Gramercy Kitchen Client. They got their products into Ace Hardware. Yay! 

There is nothing better than having our client’s get products on retail shelves!!

And in such a short period of time, too. Congrats! Go, go, go! Who’s next?!

Watch the short video on his success listed above – it’s fun to hear about others successes. 

Wishing you so much happiness and success.

Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA Brands

P.S. Want to get your products on retail shelves? Check out our upcoming free 90 minute webinar on ‘How to Sell Your Products to Big Box Retail Chains’ by clicking here: https://retailmba.com/free.

Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor – How to Sell to Dicks Sporting Goods and Become a Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor

New training on How to Sell to Dicks Sporting Goods and Become a Sporting Goods Vendor

Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor – How to Sell to Dicks Sporting Goods and Become a Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor!

Do you have a product perfect for Dicks Sporting Goods Stores? 

If your product is ideally suited for this sporting goods retailer, check out our new training video on some quick tips and strategies on ‘Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor – How to Sell to Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor and Become a Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor.’

This is a massive retail chain that can scale your business exponentially! 

Just click on the video to watch!

(For those of you who prefer to read this content, transcription is included as well below!)

Wishing you so much happiness and success.

Karen Waksman, Retail MBA

P.S. Want to Get Your Products into Chain Stores or Major Online Retail Outlets in a Fraction of the Time? Check out our Retail MBA System! We walk you through exactly how to approach, pitch and sell to chain stores. No sales experience, patents or buyer relationships required! 


Transcript for “Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor – How to Sell to Dicks Sporting Goods and Become a Dicks Sporting Goods Vendor.”
 

Hey, everyone, this is Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA. Today, I wanna talk about a retailer called Dick’s Sporting Goods. Now the reason I decided to create this particular training is because if you have a sporting good product, you’re probably thinking about Dick’s Sporting Goods, right? I mean how could you not? It’s a really big retail chain. They have over 670-something retail stores that they’re responsible for as of this date and they’re growing, so they have a tremendous buying power.

Any time you have a sporting good products, you usually tend to try and go after the niche retailers, which makes a lot of sense. If I have a consumer electronics product, most people will want to go after Best Buy, right? If I have any sorts of product, I try to go after that niche retailer. That’s what everybody thinks when they’re going after retail stores.

What would I say about Dick’s? Well, to be honest with you, as someone who’s sold millions of products to retailers, my actual go-to move would not be Dick’s first of all. It would actually be all the other retailers that your competitors are probably not thinking about, so let me explain. If I have a sporting goods products, the go-to move would be go to Dick’s, right? But as a rep who’s done well, I would actually go to the retailers like department stores who have a sporting goods section or Sears of the world or Walmart of the world or anywhere else where they might have less shelf space but they do have sporting goods section of the store.

I like going after those retailers ’cause a lot of my competitors are not even thinking about some of those retailers, but they definitely are thinking about retailers like Dick’s. Does that make sense? It’s not that I wouldn’t go after Dick’s. It’s not that I’m not going to go after them anyhow and that I’m not going to try to get my products in the stores, but those niche retailers tend to say no to you more than the other types of retailers and that’s my point in sharing that.

Again, if you have a sporting goods product, definitely go after them, but just think about that and don’t feel bad. What happens when people who have new products and they don’t understand the retail industry is they’ll follow what everybody else does and they’ll go after their favorite retailer, again, like the most common one and that retailer will say no to them and then they will kind of feel depressed and think that their product isn’t great, and it’s actually not true. It’s just ’cause all your competitors are going after them.

My recommendation is to not follow protocol. Start going after all the other retail chains. Get your products into those stores first and then have a really compelling story to go back to Dick’s because Dick’s has, you know, they’re such a niche retailer, they like it when you have a story. They like it when you have products sold in other retailers and so forth and so that’s really inspiring to them. That’s exciting to them and then they’ll be more inclined to buy.

I hope that makes sense for you. Anyways, if you wanna know what to say to these buyers, at Dick’s or any of these other retail chains, it’s a whole other video, whole other explanation. If you wanna learn how to do that, take a look at my website retailmba.com. I actually have a free training video series that walks you through a lot of that. Definitely check that out. All you got to do is put in your email address or if you want to take a look at my full retail MBA training program, that one’s powerful. That’s, in a weekend, you’ll know everything there is know about selling to big chain stores. You can start going after retailers next week. I mean it’s so powerful.

Either way, you’ll get so much value and I’d love to explain more and teach you what to say to these retailers to get them to buy ’cause I just wanna get you guys in stores. This is Karen Waksman with Retail MBA. I hope this information provided value and I’ll see you in the next video. Thanks so much.

How To Wholesale Your Etsy Product To BIG Retailers

New Training on How To Wholesale Your Etsy Product To BIG Retailers!

Have you been successfully selling your Etsy product? If so, maybe it’s time to consider selling into retailers as well?

Etsy is definitely a great platform to sell your handmade or vintage items online, but if you want to make more profit, consider wholesaling your Etsy products to big retailers, tool! Whether you’re selling toys, craft supplies, jewelry or clothing, I’m here to tell you that you can get your Etsy product on big retail shelves like Macy’s or in any other department stores or retailer chains. Looking into wholesaling can really help you grow your business sustainably and help build your brand! 

However, there are some new things to think about if you plan on going after stores such as how to mass produce your product, wholesale pricing, packaging and more! 

If you’re interested in learning the answers to these questions, then I suggest checking out my latest training video.  Click on the link to watch!

(For those of you who prefer to read this content, transcription is included as well below!)

Wishing you so much happiness and success.

Karen Waksman, Retail MBA

P.S. Want to Get Your Products into Chain Stores in a Fraction of the Time? Check out our Retail MBA System! We walk you through exactly how to approach, pitch and sell to chain stores. No sales experience, patents or buyer relationships required! 

Transcription for this Video Here: 

So let’s talk about how to wholesale your Etsy product to big retailers. So if you have a great product that you think should be on the shelves of retail chains and you’ve been selling your Etsy product, you’re probably curious about how to make money with it and so forth. So I decided to create this little training segment to support you in helping you figure out Etsy and how to sell them to large retail chains like Macy’s or any other department stores or whatever supports you and your product based on you know, if you have a children’s product then to sell to Buy Buy Baby and so forth. So whatever it is for you, this little training will walk you through how to sell large retail chains if you’re an Etsy company. 

First of all, in order to sell to big retailers, you need to find a way to develop your product for a massive audience. Meaning that the buyer needs to be able to buy your products in quantity. And so you have to figure out how you’re going to mass produce that. So some of you are making stuff by hand and you’re literally going to have to figure out how to make more than a hundred pieces of your product. Big retailers need you to be able to make 10,000 units of your product in a single order or more and in one sitting. So can you do it? Do you have someone who can develop it for you? These are the things that you have to kind of figure out in advance. It will help you with bigger retail chains.

If you’re really serious about those retailers, doesn’t mean that you’re going to get 10,000 units ordered on day one. It just means that they’re eventually going to have to buy your product on a larger scale if your product sells in their store. So they’ll start small by small quantities just for their top 20 or 50 stores. Test out your product and then from there, they’ll buy larger quantities. So you’ll just definitely want to make sure that when that happens, you have the ability to be able to have them buy your product on the spot in larger quantities. So the assumption is that you are working on that currently if you are exploring wholesale for larger retailers. Many of you already know that but just wanted to be clarified. They just can’t buy your handmade product, you know, 10 pieces of your product. That doesn’t make sense. If somebody has 500 stores they’re responsible for, they have to put at least 2 to 5 to 10 pieces of your product per store. I mean that in itself. And then there’s reorders—consistently. So you know, again, you just got to set that up properly. 

So things to consider in terms of wholesaling to big retailers, you got to figure out your packaging situation. With retailers, it depends on what it is. Like jewelries are a little bit different than say a toy product or whatever it is you are creating. But what you got to look at is how are the retailers packaging similar products to yours because they actually care about packaging at retail chains. They do care about how it’s presented. So when you’re selling to boutiques and stuff it’s not as important. You can have a little display and so forth. With retailers, they’re very big sticklers on how much room your product takes and so forth. 

So what you want to do is you want to walk floors and take a look at the retailers that could buy your product. And I try to have people look at as many retailers as possible before they choose their strategy, meaning which retailers you are going to focus on. So you just walk a bunch of stores and you kind of make assessments and see what’s going on, and figure out the pricing and all these different things. Then you kind of put together your plan. Then you approach retailers. This is only a few minutes of training, but you know, that’s the essence of what I teach people. You got to do some prep work before you actually pitch to these guys to make sure you sound smart before you go after them.

But really, packaging is going to show up because they care about what the package is going to look like because we’re speaking up the packaging, not the product itself in a lot of cases. Obviously, jewelry is a little bit different but still there’s some sort of packaging even if it’s a hang tag or some sort of something clipped on to the product. That’s still considered packaging and still does matter to retail. So when you’re walking stores, take a look at similar products to yours. Look at the top 3 competitors similar to your product and you want to copy their packaging exactly. And really, what that will do for you is that it’ll have you approach the buyer appropriately because the buyer’s basically telling you what kind of packaging they want. They’ve already approved the similar products in stores so you just want to copy what’s going on in the stores and just make it look better, more interesting, put some brighter colors. Do whatever you got to do.

But if there is a box on your competitor’s product, then you want to create a box for your product. If they are putting all the similar products on hang tag cards and they have certain designs, you want to do the same. So that’s the other thing to think about. And the final thing I’ll mention today…by the way, packaging—essential to your success with retailers. Walk stores first. Make sure that your packaging matches what’s already in stores. They’re already telling you what they want. So I hope you got that. 

So the final thing I want to say about wholesaling products to big retail chains if you’re an Etsy company is that they definitely are looking for products that are priced accordingly. So, because you’re a smaller company, you’re definitely going to have struggles with manufacturers, the manufacturers that tend to give price breaks to people who are selling products on a larger scale. And if you’re new and you’re not selling that many products and so forth, it does tend to get tricky because your cost per unit costs more than somebody who is already established and so forth. That’s okay. Retailers understand that. The thing that’s working for you is the fact that you have probably more new, interesting, innovative stuff. And the buyers do care about new, interesting, and innovative. So don’t ignore large retailers because you’re worried about cost so much. But you definitely want to find solutions, right?

And the one way you can control your cost is if you consider private labeling your product to retailers. Private label basically means that if you walk into a store and on the packaging, it says the name of the retailer, not your product. It’s their branding, not yours—that’s private label. The retailers actually buying your product like a manufacturer’s product or a wholesaler’s product and they’re making you put their packaging on your product. If you don’t care if your branding is all over it, that is private label and people make many millions of dollars private labeling their products just one retailer. 

So what that essentially means for you is that if you’re trying to wholesale your product to retailers, one thing you might want to consider is private labeling your product to retail chains meaning approaching the private label buyer with your product and being willing to change branding on that. And I explain private label on another video training. But really, the essence is that the reason you’d want to do that is because if they do private label your product, they will buy massive quantities of your product because it’s under their brand name. And they tend to buy a lot of quantities of products under their brand name because there’s an audience that purchases products similar to that. 

And so ultimately what that means for you is that you can get your price down to your manufacturer if you are private labeling your product because when you sell your product in bulk, the manufacturer will suddenly start giving you price breaks. So some people abhor the concept of selling to retail chains and not having their branding on it. But some people are willing to maybe explore that possibility and what that does for you is enables the manufacturer to get a lot of volume. They in turn start giving you price breaks based on that volume. You can turn that into a really successful business because from there you can get your price down and then you could start being competitive. All these big branded companies, they all on some level have to do things that maybe help increase revenue. And private label is very important to their business a lot of times. Not all products make sense for that but a lot of Etsy wholesale products like jewelry. A lot of times it would have to be under the branded name of the retailers. You don’t have the choice with the private label stuff. And then there’s other retailers where literally you can choose whether or not you want to put on their brand name. You know what I mean? And that’s a possibility. 

Not all private label products are accessible to every product type, but a lot of times. So when you’re walking stores, you’re trying to see what’s possible for you and your product, which retail will buy your product. Take a look whether or not a company is selling to that retailer under their branded name or under the retail branded name. That means there’s a private label opportunity there for you. And again, what that does is reduces the cost for you. And by the way, you can sell to one retailer under a private label situation and sell to another retailer with your brand product. So I know a lot of companies who actually sell one product on a massive scale through a private label and then go to another retailer and sell on under their branded name. And it seems to work out really well for them because that private label opportunity actually reduces cost, helps them succeed and so forth. I used to sell millions of units of jewelry and so forth, and accessories, fashion accessories to retailers. I know those very well. There’s a lot of opportunity with private label.

Anyways, I hope that provided value for you. I have other trainings on what private label is and how to explore that and so forth. So definitely take a look at that. Otherwise, be on the lookout for the next training that I create. This is Karen Waksman, Retail MBA. If you want to learn exactly how to approach, pitch, and sell to retailers whether it’s a private label situation or not, whether it’s a high ticket product or not, definitely take a look at Retail MBA and my training systems. We have coaching and training environment for we support people on actually how to get to stores in a fraction of time with minimal cost and so forth. So definitely take a look at retailmba.com. We’re here to help you. Otherwise, please subscribe to this channel and be on the lookout for additional contents that I create. Again, Karen Waksman, Retail MBA. Thanks so much!

Online Retail Secrets – Live Upcoming Webinar!

Upcoming LIVE FREE Webinar – Online Retail Secrets – How to Sell to Massive Online Retail Outlets! No Experience Required!

LIVE Free Webinar With Karen Waksman called "Online Retail Secrets - How to Sell Your Products to Massive Online Retail Outlets. No Experience Required!" On Wednesday, May 19th, 2021!

I just wanted to let you know about our FREE 90 Minute Webinar Training on Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 called:

"Online Retail Secrets - How to Sell Your Products to Massive Online Retail Outlets. No Experience Required!"

No sales experience, existing buyer relationships or patents required!

This FREE LIVE Webinar will be held this Wednesday - May 19th, 2021 at 1pm PST and 5pm PST. Two time slots available!

NOW is the time to start sell to Massive Online Retail Outlets. Find out WHY! 

If you can't make these times - sign up anyhow! We will be providing a limited time webinar replay. Although I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you joining us on the call as we will be having a very interactive experience and answering questions. Plus you will get extra bonuses for being on the live call. 

We will be sharing tips and strategies on how to sell to online retailers NOW! 

So be prepared to take a lot of notes!

Here's the link: https://www.retailmba.com/online-retail-secrets-webinar

Either way, I wish you lots of happiness and success. 

We are capping the number of attendees. So sign up NOW! 

Karen Waksman

Retail MBA

P.S. CLICK HERE to sign up for the ‘Online Retail Secrets - How to Sell Your Products to Massive Online Retailers! ’ free webinar!

P.S.S. If you have friends that need help with starting and growing a successful business, please let them know about this intimate event! Thank you! 

Meijer Vendor – How to Sell to Meijer and Become a Meijer Vendor

New training on How to Sell to Meijer and Become a Meijer Vendor

Meijer Vendor - How to Sell to Meijer and Become a Meijer Vendor!

Meijer is an American supercenter chain located mostly in the Midwest. They currently have over 240 stores they’re responsible for. They sell a variety of different products like groceries, clothing, beauty, electronics, and so much more! As a supercenter with immense buying power, Meijer is definitely a retailer to explore.

Meijer also has a lot of room to test new products so it’s definitely worth selling to them. The key is to know what matters to them and what makes them more inclined to buy!

So, if you think you have a great product for Meijer, I suggest watching my latest training video about selling to Meijer. I also share some quick tips and strategies that may just be helpful to you when selling to this supercenter. Just click on the video to watch!

(For those of you who prefer to read this content, transcription is included as well below!)

Wishing you so much happiness and success.

Karen Waksman, Retail MBA

P.S. Want to Get Your Products into Chain Stores in a Fraction of the Time? Check out our Retail MBA System! We walk you through exactly how to approach, pitch and sell to chain stores. No sales experience, patents or buyer relationships required! 

Transcript for this Video Here:

Meijer Vendor - Hey everyone this is Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA. Today I want to talk about becoming a Meijer Vendor. Meijer is a supercenter chain store located throughout the Midwest. And I create these training segments just to give you some quick tips and strategies because half the time I realized my customers and people I work with don’t always know about retailers out there that they could sell to. So just by creating this training I hope that you learn a little bit and also get you inspired about selling to retailers such as Meijer. Or if you are already knowing about them and you want to sell to them, just hopefully you’ll walk away knowing some strategies. 

Anyways, let’s talk about Meijer. So basically, this retailer change in terms of the volume of stores. They currently have over 240 stores they are responsible for. It’s 240 locations mostly in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Wisconsin. So those people who live in California or wherever you probably didn’t know about them. So that’s something to think about and that’s a lot of buying power. They can buy a lot of products from you. They sell a variety of different products and they’re supercenters. 

So one thing I want to share with you is when someone has stores that are supercenters, it means that they have large locations. And what that ultimately means, is that they have the ability to buy a lot of different types of products and have room to test a lot of products. I love retailers like that. Because the larger the space, the more opportunity to buy things. The smaller the space, the more competition, the harder it gets and so forth. For instance, if you’re trying to sell, I don’t know, to a GameStop or GNC, they have a really small-type location so the competition gets tight because they just can’t put that many products in stores. So something to consider about Meijer is that they’re supercenter large stores and so they can fit more products which means they can sell more products and so forth. 

So that’s the one thing to think about. I love selling to retailers like that because again they’d say no a little bit less because they have more room to test new products. So when I say test it just means that they can try out new products. And because of that, they sell anything from grocery, clothing, footwear, gasoline, sporting clothing, bedding, furniture, jewelry, health and beauty products, toys, sporting equipment, electronics, housewares, pet supplies, you name it. Right? So kind of a big deal especially for those of you who are maybe trying to sell to retailers and you’re getting rejected a lot. But maybe a lot of your competition doesn’t think about Meijer as a retailer to focus on. So again, if I have a consumer electronics product or houseware product, I wouldn’t ignore Meijer. And most people do. 

And so that’s why when you’re getting rejected by a lot of retailers, sometimes regional retailers like that is the superb way. Because even though a lot of your competitors don’t approach them, which is actually a benefit for you, the retailers actually know all about what’s going on in their competitor stores. So all of the supercenters and so forth, trust me they’re all shopping in each other’s stores. So once you start opening a Meijer account as a supplier and so forth, all of sudden the other retailers will start paying attention to you because someone took a risk on your product and so forth. So again, I would never ignore Meijer and so forth in selling to them. And a lot of people do because they don’t think about them as an opportunity. 

Anyways, they have large designs. The thing about them is they were one of the first companies to create hypermarkets which means they combine grocery chains with general merchandise and so forth. So again, I mean, so many different types of products they buy. They’re always looking for diverse suppliers. If you are a woman on business, or a diverse supplier and so forth, they love those types of companies who get certified. And ultimately just wanted to share with you that they exist and definitely explore going after them. They’re also a private company and so they sometimes tend to be a little bit more interesting to work with because they have different ways of purchasing and I will explain that in another training video. 

Anyways, this is Karen Waksman, Retail MBA. I hope that provided value for you. If you want to learn exactly how to approach, pitch, and sell to retailers like Meijer, definitely take a look at my website retailmba.com. That’s retailmba.com. My goal is ultimately to help you expedite the process of making money with your physical product. We have free training. We have advanced training that you can purchase. We have live events. We have all sorts of certification programs and so forth. Basically we teach you step by step proven process on how to make money with physical stores. We’d love to help you with that. Otherwise, please subscribe to this channel and be on the lookout for the next training segment that we provide. Our goal is to ultimately support you in every step of the way in making money. Again, Karen Waksman, Retail MBA, thanks for your time!