Do you have a product that is perfect for QVC Sprouts?
Have you ever wondered what it would take to get a product into their stores? If so, you will love this short training segment on how to sell your product to QVC Sprouts!
(For those of you who prefer to read this content, transcripts are included below!)
In this training, I will discuss some of the things to think about when approaching a retailer such as QVC Sprouts. Hope it helps! 🙂
To Your Success,
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Transcript of This Training…
QVC Sprouts – How to Sell Your Product to QVC with the QVC Sprouts Program
This is Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA. And in this section, we’re going to address the question that always comes up in my workshops and classes.
“Karen, I want to get my product in QVC.”
“I want to get my product on TV, I think that would be fantastic there.”
“How do I make money and get my product on QVC?”
“I am new to this business can you support me?”
I hear this question all the time from people and I want to give you a quick tip and a suggestion to support you in getting your product on QVC. Here’s something that a lot of inventors and product creators don’t know about QVC. We can spend of time and energy explaining how to get on TV. There’s a lot of nuances to get your product on TV but one quick suggestion to help you get started is to go to Google and type in “QVC Sprouts”. It’s the QVC Sprouts program.
Basically, what QVC has done is they have been reached out by so many inventors over the years who wants to get their products in the stores and QVC is always worried about getting that new product onto their site and on TV because they are not sure if it’s going to sell, or maybe the company does not have a lot of branding behind it or there are new products. That is why they came up with was the Sprouts Program. What they essentially did was they created a website specifically for new products, new inventions and so forth. The idea is it’s actually a contest, if your product is approved to be part of this contest, what you get to do is you put an awesome picture of your product and some information about your product itself and it goes on a site, and the best products are the ones who get the most votes. Get all of your friends and all your family to support you into voting. It’s free to vote. But then they go to QVC Sprouts, and they pick out your product and they vote for it.
“Why would I say that they have to consider that?”
QVC is looking at the products that are doing the best and if you do have a product that you think is going to do well, why not put your product down there to be a part of that contest because QVC will probably choose you if you get a lot of votes. The other reason why you want to consider it is because there is so much branding behind putting your product on a website because if you think about it, everybody else is getting their products voted on as well. There are lots of products on the site and they all get voted on. The idea is that all their friends and family are going there to vote, and they might be your potential customers. If you don’t get on QVC, you can still get lots of potential clients there, when I think there’s a way to redirect to your site or there’s some way where they can buy your product. The idea is, QVC gets to see what people think about your product and you potentially get to sell more product. It’s a great start of getting your product on QVC.
Now obviously, there’s so much more to it and there’s so many ways to make money with the product that doesn’t require getting on TV and so forth, but I just want to give a quick tip and suggestion because I know how much you guys want to know about QVC. It’s a really great start so check out QVC sprouts program and that should get you started.
This is Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA, and I hope these tips and suggestion will help you for getting your products into QVC.
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