How To Sell Cellphones. How to begin working with Wholesale Cellphones companies- the Fastest Lesson:
When you get into this business it is safe to
already have your product sold or know buyers who want it, before you buy.
When choosing a supplier, be sure that you
know who your potential customers are. How do you know
what your buyers want to buy? A few questions to think about when choosing your
know your customer’s tastes and interests?
certain features important to them?
category of BUYER do you (and your buyers) fall into?
Is Cost the most important? Then be
ready to wait longer to find a cheap deal or to have a lower quality product.
on a time constraint? Then be
ready and willing to pay more.
Is it a
special order aka special (picky) buyer? Be honest
with yourself here. A special order requesting an uncommon GB size for an iPad,
only accepting sealed phones in original packaging, color preferences such as”
2 white, 3 red, 2 black”. Be aware that special orders take more time and some
suppliers refuse to accept picky
buyers. From their perspective, many orders will be getting filled all
around them while yours is lingering over their heads. If your exact request is
not in high demand you might also be a special order such as a once popular
tablet is now not in stock anymore. Special orders are hard to fill because
special buyers will not settle for an unsealed phone, different color, or
smaller GB size.
Next you will contact a reliable distributor, such as the
located in Miami, FL to create an account, and ultimately place an order. In
order to be a wise buyer you have to know what your needs are first. Keep in
mind, most quality wholesale suppliers will have a good website. When
evaluating potential suppliers, make sure you do your homework! Ask for
references, get opinions from your peers, search for reviews online and contact
organizations such as the Better Business Bureau or an appropriate Chamber of
The final steps are to negotiate the prices and to develop a
business relationship. Go through a few what-if scenarios and see what terms
are applicable in that situation. You don’t want to wait until an emergency
happens to find out. Developing a good rapport with your supplier is a key
ingredient to securing a quality wholesale product supplier. The better history
you have with them and the more loyal they see that you are, the more leverage
you will have! You may be able to secure more favorable terms, negotiate
flexible payment schedules, have input in future product development, or
receive preferential treatment.