Would you like to become a QVC Vendor?
Are you an inventor or product creator looking to get your product on QVC? Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA, has a suggestion for you: the QVC Sprouts program.
In this article, Karen will explain what the QVC Sprouts program is, why it’s a great way to get your product on QVC, and how you can use it to make money.
What is the QVC Sprouts Program?
QVC Sprouts is a website created by QVC specifically for new products and inventions. It’s essentially a contest: you submit an awesome picture of your product and some information about it, and the products that get the most votes are the ones that get chosen.
QVC is looking for products that will do well, so if you think your product has the potential to be successful, why not put it on the QVC Sprouts website and be part of the contest? This gives the buyer more assurance that the product will sell, and it also provides lots of branding opportunities.
Why Should You Consider the QVC Sprouts Program?
There are a few reasons why you should consider the QVC Sprouts program. First, it gives QVC the assurance that your product will sell. Second, it provides lots of branding opportunities, as everyone else is getting their products voted on as well. This means that your friends and family are potential customers for you.
Finally, even if you don’t get on QVC, you can still make money through the QVC Sprouts program. There’s a way to redirect your site so that people can find out where to buy your product.
Getting Started as a QVC Vendor
The QVC Sprouts program is a great way to get your product on QVC. It gives QVC the assurance that your product will sell, provides lots of branding opportunities, and allows you to make money even if you don’t get on QVC.
So if you’re an inventor or product creator looking to get your product on QVC, go to Google and type in “QVC Sprouts” and get started!
To Your Success,
About the Author: Karen Waksman, Founder and CEO of Retail MBA, is an Entrepreneur Magazine, MSNBC and New York Times Company go to retail expert on the subject of selling to retailers! Karen has sold millions of units of products to the world’s largest retailers and has taught 1000’s of product companies across the country on the subject of selling to retailers at places such as CES (Consumer Electronics Show), US Patent Office, Stanford University, International Home and Housewares Show and so many other places. Her goal is to empower and inspire companies to transform their businesses by providing them all of the necessary information they need in order to become chain store vendors.