Below is the email we received from Skip McGrath, if you are not familiar with his website, works or resources you should be. Right now he is providing a special discount code for subscribers to his newsletter, we are happy to pass this along to you. This […]
As a business to business resource we are directly centered within a whirlwind of sales. A simple online search can result in countless strategies for selling, whether you are in retail sales, phone sales or the age old door to door sales knowing how best to close your prospect should be very important to […]
Recent events within the small town of Sandy Hook, CT have struck the hearts and souls of many Americans and others around the world. For some making a donation is all they can do, it provides some personal relief that they are helping when help is truly needed. Continue reading Sandy Hook, CT – Going about donating.
Within days of President Obama’s re-election businesses announce layoffs and even closures. “These cut backs are due to Obama’s re-election” stated one Arizona employer who reduced his staff by 22 employees. Other businesses followed with similar actions and noted the fear of an even slower economy with no real change. With no end in sight for Obamacare business owners are adjusting accordingly in an effort to make ends meet, unfortunately this means more people added to the unemployment lines. These are real world consequences within days of a re-election, the fear things will continue to get worse is very real within the marketplace.
GetThatWholesale.com Goes to the Presses with Informative New E-Book
GetThatWholesale is putting pen to paper or should we say, keystroke to E-Book. The new book titled “Sourcing Wholesale 101” is a beginner’s guide to wholesale and will assist new comers to the industry.
Sourcing Wholesale 101
The book is centered around the basics, it covers many of the most common questions, like what’s the difference between a Customer Return and a Closeout?, it might sound simple to those of us inside the industry but to others it can be quite confusing.
If you are in business than you have probably been burnt once or twice, unfortunately this is just a part of life. No matter what you sell or what type of service you provide you will always find those that are unhappy, no matter how hard you try to please there are some that cannot be satisfied. In situations like these it’s critical that your responsibilities to the client are spelled out and in writing. This is not only for your protection but their protection as well. Contracts are the basis for business and have been in use since ink touched paper, they provide not only peace of mind for the buyer but the legal protection of all parties involved. If you are not using them you should think about starting, without some type of contract between parties you are left unprotected and defenseless against anothers whim, confusion or misunderstanding. You will be left with a he said she said scenario and that’s not good when you are talking dollar and cents.
Here are some kind words provided by those we consider most valuable to our business, our clients. These are testimonials and reviews for the GetThatWholesale.com website and it’s network. Although we try very hard to please everyone, in our industry that is not always possible. […]
In May 2011 Martin Stevens and Forum Publishing Company will celebrate its 30th Anniversary servicing the wholesale/retail industry. The first magazine the company published called Flea Market Forum was launched with 100.00 and crossed fingers, as it would be the first magazine for flea market vendors in the business. With a 100.00 investment for a brochure and mailing, after two months enough funds were raised to print the first edition, which was a local tri-state 24 page newspaper. Martin personally handed out the copies at flea markets throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut by driving them over and walking the aisles.
It’s called a Pyramid for a reason. Ask 10 different people to describe a pyramid, most will offer up a description of a structure in the shape of a triangle converging at a point. I have yet to see one of these amazing structures up close and personal but it’s on my list of to-do’s. Just recently I was reminded that a very different kind of pyramid also exists.Continue reading These pyramids are impossible to climb
In today’s tough economy the term free has the ability to grab ones attention quite quickly.Wholesale buyers seem to be reaching their bottom lines sooner than expected these days. Any opportunity to extend that bottom line with free benefits is always well appreciated.Well it seems as though some are capitalizing on this attractive and flashy term although not with good intentions. Continue reading When did FREE Start Costing us $$