How to start a business using private label products
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How to start a business using private label products

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4.5 (36 ratings)
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Last updated 6/2020
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  • 41 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • How to find private label products
  • Where to sell private label products
Requirements
  • None
Description

In this course you will learn how to find your first private label products.

These are products you can easily source to start your brand or add to your established brand. Adding products is easier than you think. In this course will will search for products together and examine the benefits of private label products.

You've likely bought a private label product in the last month. It's hard not to. Because it's so easy to add products via private label, companies often choose private label products to add to their established brands and increase their revenues.

Exclusivity
Private labeling allows retailers to offer something distinct to their customers. It is an excellent way to separate yourself from your competitors. With private branding, you can create your image and have your own marketing identity. Such thing can promote stronger customer recognition and loyalty. Aside from that, if you can market your brand well and create a demand for it, you will benefit from your client’s only source.

Why should you use private label products?

Loyalty
A loyal customer base is a major factor to make a business successful and your business likely depends on repeat business from your current customers. Private label products give you more to sell your clients. Private label branding is a way to build customer loyalty from people who like your business’ products and would be interested in other things you can offer. It gives those customers an attachment to your brand the ability to buy from you instead of competitors that might be offering similar products that don't necessarily fill your customers needs adequately.

Wholesale Income
Another advantage private label products can give retailers is that they can allow them to be a wholesaler of their brand. Get your products on store shelves. This opens up another stream of income for your business and you still don't have to worry about producing a product.

Branding
Private label branding lets you create your unique image, which in return promotes a stronger customer recognition leading to maintained sales. Manufacturers who offer private label branding are able to tailor the packaging and labels the way the owner specified it. It includes the product name, description, company’s logo, and contact information. Such thing can personalize a customer’s shopping experience which can eventually lead to a higher customer loyalty. A successful private label brand will also be able to create better sales opportunities for retailers.

Increased Revenue
Why do anything in business? Increased revenue. Private label brands offer higher profit margins compared to resale products. It is because the cost basis for making your product is it is usually much lower. And it is a given that the lower your expenses at production, the higher your profits will be by the time you sell. Supermarkets routinely use private labels to attain high-profit margins which offset minimal gains on top industry brands. The store brand peas that are 30% less than the name brand generate more profit than the name brand products.

Who this course is for:
  • Business Owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Companies looking to diversify their product offering
Course content
Expand all 6 lectures 41:29
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5 lectures 39:23
Where to find products part 1
08:18
Where to find products part 2
10:05
What to sell?
07:19
Where to sell?
05:33