I teach consumer product entrepreneurs how to develop their products for retail, prepare to enter the market, formulate the pitch, and plan for growth.
Here for the course launch? Let’s add you to the guest list.
What do you know about selling products to retail store buyers?
Would you be open-minded to learning more about how to prepare your product for growth?
How would you feel if you saw your product on store shelves?
Imagine what your family’s reaction would be?
Or, how about your boss? (“Ex”-boss?)
You’d have control over your time.
Walk the dog when you want, have lunch with your partner.
You decide how you earn your money and what warrants your attention.
You decide what to develop, how you do it, and who you do it with.
Would that be life-changing for you?
I teach consumer product entrepreneurs to find opportunities, avoid pitfalls, develop new business and scale up their businesses for growth.
You’ll learn the insider lingo and tricks of the trade, making them more confident in their business!
The waitlist is growing for the discounted limited-time Founding Members group, after which it will be offered at full price later in the year.
During the pandemic, retail industry Diversity Week Programs were getting record-setting buyer attendance, with 640 buyers attending to hear pitches. Women, BIPOC entrepreneurs, LGBTQIA+ founders, veterans, and disabled innovators were meeting with buyers.
Is this common knowledge? Probably not; it’s an industry event, so how could so many of these entrepreneurs find out about these opportunities? If they did hear, were they ready for a Yes? How could they get prepared to take advantage of opportunities? Did I have any way to help?
Retailers have started supplier diversity initiatives, some of which are low-cost or no-cost, including Amazon, Kroger, Sephora, Ulta Beauty, a Target startup accelerator, and Ahold Delhaize grocery. There are good resources to explore in those programs and some startup cohorts.
Diversity in organizations makes stronger organizations. Companies benefit from diversity programs beyond doing the right thing for their own sake. It benefits employee relations, customer satisfaction, public relations, and stakeholder
Responding to social change through corporate responsibility can help reduce operating expenses, debt, risk, staff turnover, and waste while simultaneously increasing the public perception, market value, and even price premium.
For them, it’s a solid investment. For new suppliers, it’s an opportunity.
The Retail Insider™ course will help founders and entrepreneurs prepare to meet these and other opportunities.
You’ve grown your idea and have a vision about how you can impact the world with your product, so it means a lot to be well-informed about the decisions you’re making. You want to know the options and for your plan.
If only you could tap into the experience of a Retail Insider™…
Well, soon, you can!
Founding Members will have access to tools, resources, and answers to questions they hadn’t even thought to ask yet. Preventing even one expensive misstep would be worth the peace of mind.
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