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If I was you I would talk to those companies that have had great approach with retailers and learn from them. Some of this companies (not limit to this list) are: Reserve, Foursquare, Yelp, Density, Estimote Learn from them, maybe even partner with them

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There are a number of Teespring alternatives, including sites that allow for community voting, here: http://nstr.co/1S0v3X5 Also, one of the last links has a case study on how one company sold $1200 on Facebook alone using Teespring. There are platforms that allow you to dropship your shirts le...

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That's a great question. First, congratulations for bringing a nutritional product to market and getting initial sales. That's a huge feat in itself, so well done. Second, my question would be this - why do you believe that you need to get on the shelves of UK retailers to go mainstream? And wh...

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What you are looking for are SAM. Strategic Account Managers. These individuals are more flexible to conversations that Strategic Buyers or any other purchasing department. SAMs are reponsible for maintaining existing relationships with key vendors or buyers so that would be a good start for you....

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I'm a former retail buyer for Target and worked in the Home Pyramid/Division. In short, the easiest way to find buyers is to use Linked In. I have a short video on how to do this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwbfUMRHiq0. And you can find corporate email formats at www.email-format.com. Ot...

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Grass roots marketing is always best (and cheapest). If you are near schools, "partner" with the schools and offer incentives for the school - for example, 15% of sales this Tuesday will go to John Smith Elementary, just come in and tell us you are with JSE. Get the school's buy-in and they will ...

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Imho I think they are very valuable. I know the owner of a restaurant that told me he will carefully go through every Yelp review and call the one that lower his average of 4+ stars. He says many people search on their phone where to eat, and they use mainly Yelp, judging with stars first and rea...

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Have you had any meetings with buyers for retail distribution? Projection is difficult because the success of the product honestly depends on your external ability to market and more importantly, how accessible the retailer allows your product to be at the store level.

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Hi! I am owner of an ice crean chain with 45 stores in Chile. We have stores in shopping centers, streets and also karts that you can put in events and parks. The average cost margin of ice cream (depends on the amount of materials you use in producing the ice cream) is around 40%. This is ita...

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One of your big opportunities is positioning yourself in the B2B rather than B2C space. I've consulted for a bow tie e-commerce retailer and one thing I know from that is just how competitive the B2C space is for men's accessories when looking at SEO/SEM etc. as a promotional method. One major o...

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