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Small retailer

by retailsolution / November 8, 2009 11:43 AM PST

Any small business retailer here ? What are the problem you face when working with large supplier - in terms of product, prices and promotion.
Do you collaborate with the suppliers for collaboration in these areas?
Share your thoughts if you have experience in this area.

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Reposted for AnnieTranLI.
by Kees Bakker / November 12, 2009 4:05 PM PST
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But without a link to her shop. That could be considered a forbidden ad.

"I want recommend the experience to others. I sales handbags online. I appear a problem, It is difficult to find customer. Ask everybody to offer some advice."

Kees

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Small retailer
by julia_wilson21 / November 19, 2009 11:07 PM PST
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I m not in the business so no idea about the same but on the large scale you will get the high load so u have to distribute your work to another people. They will make your work easier.

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Create good relationship
by svtuition / December 1, 2009 1:20 AM PST
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I think , if small retailer creats good relationship with high level supplier , after this he can get high discount . Pay your dues at the time and often purchase from him is good idea for creating relation

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Find supplier specialized for small retailers
by wholesaleace / March 9, 2011 6:31 AM PST

Even though it's difficult as most suppliers/distributors are driven toward mass transactions, some suppliers specialized in serving small retailers.

Look online, in your region, ask around you will eventually find them.

Good luck

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