TJX Vendor

TJX Vendor

TJX Vendor – How to Sell a Product to TJ Maxx and Become a TJX Vendor

Do you have a product that is perfect for TJ Maxx?

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 TJ Maxx!

(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 TJ Maxx. Hope it helps! 🙂

To Your Success,

Karen Waksman
Retail MBA

P.S. If you’d like to learn the exact steps on how to sell a product to retailers such as TJ Maxx, then you will love my Retail MBA Program! This is the most comprehensive course available today on the subject of selling to stores.

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Transcript of This Training…


How to Sell a Product to TJ Maxx and Become a TJX Vendor

Today I want to talk about a question that comes up all of the time in my workshop and classes.

“Karen, how do I get my products into TJ Maxx? I have this great product and I think it would be perfect for TJ Maxx. I mean do you have any suggestions and so forth?” have always been presented to me.

There are some strategies and things to consider with regards to going after a retailer like TJ Maxx. TJ Maxx is a massive retailer. They can buy huge volumes of your products.

One misconception is that people always assume that TJ Maxx only buys one-off deals, that they only buy products of excess goods and that’s the only thing they purchase. And that’s not true.

TJ Maxx buys new products. They’re looking for interesting stuff to put into their stores. They are looking for great deals, high quality, branded products and all sorts of things. If you have a product that is great for department stores or if you go to the TJ Maxx website, you can take a look in the categories and what they sell.

You should definitely go after them because they are not just dealing with one-off deals.  A lot of people really think about them as someone who buy these mass excess product, continued items and everything. That is not true.

They really look for new products as well and they have to fill their stores. They can’t always find those magical deals. They are looking for all sort of new products. If you think your product would be good for them, you should definitely go for it.

This is Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA. I hope that I provided value for you. If you’d like to learn exactly how to approach, pitch, and sell your products to retailers such as TJ Maxx, please take a look at the link below Retail MBA Training Program. That’s powerful and walking through exactly how to do that and how to get started today. Thanks so much.



Author: Karen Waksman

Karen Waksman, Founder of Retail MBA, is a Manufacturer’s Rep turned Author, Speaker and Consultant. She has sold millions of consumer products to the world’s largest retailers and now dedicates her time to teaching Entrepreneurs how to market and sell their products to Major Retailers, Online Retailers, Catalogs and Small Retailers, too! Karen Waksman has taught over 10,000+ product entrepreneurs and companies across the globe on the subject of selling to retailers. 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. Most importantly, Karen’s clients have utilized the Retail MBA time-tested sales formula to get their products into retailers such as Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Home Depot, Lowes, Kroger Grocery Stores, Bed Bath and Beyond, BuyBuyBaby, Groupon and much, much more!