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Question for all who know,
I'm considering on becoming a reseller specifically for Martial arts/Boxing products, but don't know where to start. I can build my own website or use an existeing template. I'm incorporated an can either use my company name or their "branded" product.
My only specifics are I do not want to hold a any inventory, in short be an online solution and be the intermediary between the customer and manufacturer.
If anyone has information, please feel free post back as I'll be checking frequently.
I hope I placed this in the correct forum, if not let me know and I'll retract and repost appropriately
Hey Chris, I wish I had some information for you but I don't. Good luck, though.
Thanks, Would you think this is the best place to post this questions
If you have a business license, you can set up a wholesale account with Century Martial Arts or Asian World. They will drop ship to your customer upon request.
Yes Chris, this or the member announcement are the places for this type thread. I was thinking about this, there is a gentleman on this forum who runs a MA supply business. I can't think of his name but when I do, I will post it.
Steve Loftin - FightingLegacy.com
Thank you all,
I'm actually waiting to here back from century and awma regarding wholesale accounts - I'll take the next step after they have established my account.
Thanks for repling and researching
I'll try and contact Mr.Steve Lofton from his website and see if he would be so kind and point me the correct direction.
Thank you all for the help. I'll keep you posted within the next couple of weeks.
What a lot of folks do is sign up for Associates programs from established vendors, e.g. Amazon. The drawback is that you'll never have the best price someone can find web-surfing, but you can do things to make it more convenient to buy from you. I've paid a little more for things just because someone's web site made it so hard to make the sale I gave up.
You can also set up a Vendor account with Macho...the downside to using them is that they require a $100 minimum order.
the $100 minimun is no big deal...I've had to deal with quaterly minimums of $10,000 for some suppliers when I ran my garage.
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