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Do you have a product that is perfect for and You Want to Become a And Target Stores Vendor?

Are you looking to sell your product to and Target Stores? If so, this training will give you some things to think about in regards to selling to and Stores. and stores is one of the most massive discount stores on the planet. They have over 1850 stores and their stores are huge, with an average of 135 square feet per store, sometimes larger if they have Super Targets. People love working with Target because they buy and sell so many different types of products, from bedding to toys to food and accessories.

One reason to consider selling to is that they have the ability to test a lot more products due to their large spaces. Retailers like GNC have very small stores, so they can’t put that many products in there and it’s difficult to get your product in there. With Target, they have larger stores and more opportunities to expand.

Another thing to note about is that they are finicky. They have cut out a lot of the communication that other retailers have available to suppliers. You can still reach out to them by sending an email or calling, but they will likely send you to voicemail.

One good thing about is that they don’t usually just buy one product. They give you a section of the store, and if you’re selling jewelry, they won’t just buy a few pieces from you. They typically give you a nice little section and put that product into the store. This means that Target enables you to sell several products to them. If they buy 10-30 pieces of your product per store, that’s a small amount, but if they have 1850 stores, that’s tremendous buying power.

When you work with, they will usually test your product in their top selling stores and their website. They won’t buy massive products on day one, but they will eventually buy larger quantities from you once they know that product converts.

If you want to learn exactly how to approach, pitch and sell to Target and any other chain retailer, take a look at They have systems and processes in place to help people expedite the process of getting their products into stores. They have free content, training systems, live events, and retail matchmaking services.

Selling to Target can be invaluable to your success. With the right preparation and strategies, you can make millions of dollars.

Good luck!

Karen Waxman Retail MBA

"One good thing about Target is that they don't usually just buy one product. They buy many more products for an entire section of the store" Vendor - How to Sell on

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Target and is one of the largest discount stores on the planet, with over 1,850 stores under its control, and a massive retail and online footprint of over 135 square feet per store, on average. It is the go-to destination for a wide variety of products ranging from bedding, toys, and food, to accessories, jewelry, and much more. Target’s vast floor space allows them to test a wide range of products, making them an excellent choice for businesses looking to expand their retail footprint.

If you have a great consumer product that you think should be on Target’s shelves, this article will provide you with some guidance on selling to the company. However, be warned, working with Target is not a simple task, and it requires careful planning and execution. Nonetheless, it can be a tremendous opportunity for businesses that get it right.

One significant advantage of working with Target is that they offer large retail spaces, which means they can test many more products than smaller stores. With retailers like GNC, the space is limited, and it is more challenging to get your product in their stores. Target’s retail space is large enough to allow for growth and expansion, making them a better option for businesses looking to expand their product offerings.

Working with Target can be a little tricky because they recently changed their approach to communication. Previously, you could reach out to a buyer by calling a phone number or sending an email, but this has changed. Target has made it more challenging to communicate with them and is no longer easily accessible. This change may be a result of Target’s inundation with lots of people reaching out to them, which may have led them to shut down communication channels. However, this does not mean you cannot get your product in their stores. You can still pitch your product to them through their vendor websites. There are also other ways of getting into Target stores, and we will discuss these methods later in this article.

One of the best things about Target is that they do not typically buy just one product; they give you a section of the store. If you want to sell jewelry, for example, they will not just buy a few pieces from you, but will give you a nice section in the store to sell your product. This is great news for businesses because it allows them to sell several products to Target, increasing their buying power. If Target buys 10, 20, or 30 pieces of your product per store, and they have 1,850 stores, that is a tremendous buying power that can help your business grow.

If you do get a deal with Target, please note that they will test your product in their top-selling stores first. They will not buy massive quantities of your product on the first day. Target, like most retailers, will start with a smaller test to see how your product performs in their smaller stores, and then they will move on to placing larger orders once they see that the product converts.

Selling to Target is an excellent opportunity for businesses, but it is not without its challenges. Therefore, it is essential to approach the company with a well-prepared strategy. Here are some tips on how to approach, pitch, and sell your product to Target and other chainsaw retailers similar to them.

  1. Know your product and your audience To successfully sell to Target, you need to know your product and your target audience. Take the time to understand your product’s unique features and benefits and why they appeal to your target audience. This information will help you tailor your pitch to Target and make your product more appealing to their buyers.

  2. Research your competition Conduct research on your competition and identify what makes your product unique. Determine what sets your product apart from similar products on the market and be prepared to explain why your product

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In this training, I will discuss some of the things to think about when approaching a retailer to sell your products and become a vendor. Hope it helps! 🙂

Karen Waksman,
Retail MBA

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