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Wal-Mart’s Q1 Success Threatened by Tariffs

May 17th, 2019

Wal-Mart is a big box retailer that is adapting its operational strategy to the demands of the modern, digital, retail landscape. They should be lauded for not falling behind like many others who have succumbed to the retail apocalypse. Around...

  • Retailers Guide to ASD Market WeekApril 15th, 2016The ASD Market Week is the largest general merchandise trade show in the United States. That’s why you’ve registered to attend. It’s a great place for marketing, networking and finding new wholesale vendors and products for your business. Planning in...
  • Via Trading: Leading Liquidators of Closeouts, Customer Returns & Overstock MerchandiseVia Trading is a Wholesale Merchandise Liquidator. Buy wholesale overstocks and customer returns in Cases, Pallets or Truckloads. Wholesale in Los Angeles.
  • OrangeShine: A Virtual Wholesale Marketplace for Buyers or SellersDecember 4th, 2015OrangeShine is an online marketplace where beautiful, brand name apparel, unique accessories, women’s shoes, and handbags are made available at all time low wholesale pricing. OrangeShine is home to an array of merchandise, including cardigans, lounge-wear, pants, skirts, attractive dresses,...
  • OFFPRICE Completes 40th Show in Las Vegas: Another SuccessSeptember 15th, 2014On August 19 in Las Vegas, Nevada, OFFPRICE celebrated the completion of its 40th show. With humble beginnings of only 24 exhibitors in 1995, each year, the show has continued to grow and expand, with the opportunity to showcase some...
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  • Using the Coupon Trend to Drive ProfitsDecember 16th, 2011If you are a retailer, now is the time to take advantage of the consumer couponing trend. Social networking sites like FaceBook and Twitter can be key tools for merchants that want to connect with their customers and acquire new ones in a cost-effective way. Coupon sites like Groupon, Living Social and others have become very successful, sometimes at the expense of the very merchants providing discounts on their goods and services. Read on for tips that can help prevent that from happening to you.
  • Price Yourself Back into the MarketAugust 11th, 2011Take a walk through the local shopping center, and the challenge is to find a retailer that is not having a sale. Sales and discounts in the past were a special event in retailing, but since the G.F.C. they have become the main way of retailing for many businesses. A perpetual discount offer results in the customer becoming bored and the retailer becoming less profitable.
  • BULQ.com | Name Brands – Manifested Lots | All Product Categories from the USAs Largest RetailersView lots online or email help@bulq.com » Lots starting around $100, now available in cases, pallets and multi-pallets! Product Categories include Office Supplies, Computers & Electronics, Home & Garden, Apparel & Accessories, Toys, General Merchandise.
  • How to Start a Clothing Wholesale BusinessJanuary 3rd, 2011If you’re thinking of starting a new online business, you might want to consider a clothing wholesale business. It’s easier than being a retailer because instead of selling merchandise directly to the public, you sell to retailers and other jobbers after buying in bulk from distributors and manufacturers at wholesale. Then you add a markup and resell with the markup being your profit after deducting business expenses.
  • Top Ten Twitter Tips For Retailers and ManufacturersDecember 27th, 2010Tweeting. Ah, the complexity of how to do it. What do you tweet about? When do you tweet? For that matter, why do you tweet at all? For retailers, manufacturers, vendors, wholesalers and manufacturer representatives, Twitter provides an outlet for...

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The importance of B2B wholesalers in fashion

January 28th, 2020

Fashion brands small and large have traditionally sold wholesale via face-to-face interactions – at trade shows or showrooms or the offices of the big retail stores. The retail landscape has changed drastically over the last 10 years, to the extent...