During the height of the lockdown, several restaurant suppliers around the city started selling to the public. I made good use of Larry Inver Wholesale Foods to buy the meats that I was having trouble finding at the grocery store on our every-other-week trips. Unfortunately every order I've placed from them ends up being wrong in one way or another, and they're not great at keeping things like chicken juices contained in the packaging, so there's always some hazmat cleanup involved after a delivery from them.
We just managed to snag a small chest freezer that will be arriving this week, and I'd like to stock it now while there's not a panic going on. Does anyone have other recommendations for wholesalers that sell to the public in and around Philly? I have a vehicle so I can pick up if needed.
They seem like the best price I can find on pure Salt Nic.
Anybody had any experience with them?
I work in a mobile repair shop and a chinese wholesaler just sent me this email and i thought someone here would find it interesting.
I want to buy 50 -100 sheets at a time for a reasonable cost but I don't want to keep buying from Amazon as It gets way too expensive for me and I'm also a student so I'm keeping costs low by making my own packaging for the stickers, branding and social media marketing, I haven't opened up my shop yet as I want to have my supplies ready and make a few products up to prepare myself!
I bought some sticker paper from Evergreen goods but I haven't received any confirmation emails and when my order will arrive :/ I've also emailed them to inquire about my order and they haven't responded so I'm not sure what to do about that right now 😅
Anyway, any help is appreciated! I hope all you Etsy sellers are doing well ❤️
I’ve started an Etsy shop selling propagated bit of my house plant collection and it’s been going good so far so I kinda wanna start getting full plants. Does any else have a houseplant shop that can give me some advice on wholesalers to look at it what growers to contact? Thanks in advance 💚
Does anyone know any reliable wholesalers that give good prices & don’t rip you off completely?
I am from the UK looking for clothing wholesalers, preferably designers or vintage
But also willing to import from Europe / America
I'm about to start an associate position at a mutual fund where I will be supporting Internal Wholesalers and External Wholesalers sell our funds to financial advisors.
Associates at my firm get paid 50k
Internal Wholesalers at my firm get paid a 50k base and up to 100% of their base if they meet their sales goals (100k total comp and can be higher with a higher base).
However, I have no idea what External Wholesalers get paid nor do I know their compensation structure. I've noticed Glassdoor offers accurate salaries for associates and IWs for all different asset managers but I have not seen a single salary for EWs.
I've also seen people on reddit a few years back say that they can make over 500k+ but I find that a little hard to believe as some EWs at the top firms are only like 27 and making half a million at that age is quite hard to believe. Do any of you know how much they make or have experience in the industry?
Notes: I am in Canada.
I have been selling on Amazon for a few months now (a couple thousand a month profit) from some items I wasn't gated in, but it's getting harder to source in categories I'm ungated in and I'm looking to get ungated in Nintendo. I know it requires an invoice from a wholesaler. I see Entertainment Earth recommended often, but basically all of their Nintendo products are OOS at the moment, so getting ungated through them isn't really an option. Is there another wholesaler that anyone would recommend for getting ungated in Nintendo? Thanks!
Hey guys! I want to take my depop more seriously and want to look into buying wholesale. Which vintage wholesalers would you guys recommend? I know most people wouldn't want to share their gems but any help would be appreciated :)
I'm from Canada and most of the vintage wholesalers are from the UK, and the shipping can get quite pricy.
I'm mainly looking for branded sweatshirts and jeans (Nike, Adidas, Tommy, Levis, Dickies).
Has anyone else encountered wholesale suppliers requiring you to have a brick & mortar storefront in order to open an account? If so, how did you get around this?
I am working on a Shopify store in the biking niche and virtually all wholesale distributors in the US for anything biking related require all new dealer applicants to have a brick & mortar store and a full service area.
Why do wholesalers require this and how can I go about navigating this requirement without sinking tens of thousands of dollars into startup costs with a brick & mortar shop?
Thank you, as always.
I had expected to be treated as a hero...
Every shop I go to for buying something, they call up someone and get the product from there. Is there any way to connect to the wholesalers directly?
Does someone know any wholesalers in sp road?
Hey Everyone, I have assembled a team out of state and I am ready to purchase a property from a wholesaler. What happens after I tell them I want the property? Do they send over papers for me to sign? Do I set the closing? After we sign can I have them coordinate with my contractor or inspector for a walkthrough? If anyone could walk me through that process I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!
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The 1st one is the most important: even China follows it. Don't ask for the price however innocuous/justified you feel it is - the companies ignoring you are actually doing you a favor by not treating your request seriously.
The more nasty companies will ask their local representative to contact you - the whole purpose is to lure more and more people into the conversation.
If you dodge find 'excuses', they will send you junk email with invites to trade shows and greetings on Diwali and Independence day - the purpose is to drag you into the mire. They will keep the conversation flowing for years just so they can point back and show wasted time.
Spamming you is a form of communication - it indicates that they are displeased - send them some money and they'll take you off the list.
Anyone here dealing in tailoring materials? If yes, please directly message me as I have a requirement.
I'm looking to start an Etsy shop for my silk arrangements, wreaths, and flower crowns. I currently buy my supplies at local craft stores, but I am looking to make the switch to wholesale in order to save time and money. Does anyone have any experience with a good quality silk flower wholesaler?
I’m looking to get an engagement ring in the next month or so and want to get the best bang for my buck. Especially open to Lab Grown/Created diamonds
I am trying to make my own clothing brand and ran into a roadblock- I need to find a manufacturer for my clothing. I want to have my own tag, not a “Hanes tag” and the shirts to be high quality. Preferably a United States based company. Any ideas? Anything will help. Thanks
Just want to network with other people in the business and see what you guys are working on.
I'm personally mainly in the Charlotte market. I'm currently also working a larger deal on a few homes across South Carolina. Actually just moved on one just south of Charlotte in Rock Hill.
Let me know where you guys are and what you're up to!
Hi all. Full disclosure I work for this company. A lot is going on in the wholesale food industry with the full closure of dine-in and hotels. In our effort to adapt and also actually serve a purpose to the community at this moment, we are currently selling wholesale specialty foods to people in the area. If you take a look at the website italco.com - you will find a lot of the companies products in the catalog and can use their quote engine to create the start of an order, after which a salesperson will be in contact with you to build out the order and help make any suggestions/subs. Not sure if this is against the rules - honestly not trying to be a schill here - but I know it's hard to find food right now.
I want to order steaks/meat in bulk at the best possible price - and I imagine a meat supplier that used to supply only restaurants but now also supplies the public might give me the best price per pound. Does anyone know of any such suppliers/wholesalers?
Would people buy wholesalers on eBay. What is people’s opinion on it ? Where do people recommend in the UK & Ireland
If by some miracle this post doesn't get banned, thank you, Mods. As my karma will attest, I'm not a great redditor but these are strange days and I want to help someone out.
I'm in LA (grew up in the Lou). Buddy is in STL. He runs a restaurant wholesale business... fruit, veg, eggs, dairy.
He lost 90% of his business last week and has a lot of inventory that he's sitting on and that he needs to move quickly. He has suppliers knocking on his door for payment, and employee payroll coming up.
As with most small businesses right now, he's trying to pivot quickly and adapt to the new reality.
And so he's selling directly to the community starting tomorrow.
There's a lot of good stuff in this list:
Good luck to everyone out there.
Some of my family works in tribal gov, I myself run a social impact organization.
Said family member has connected with a wholesaler and coached them a bit on sovereignty, they didn’t know, and they did their own research and found we qualify. So that tribe was able to successfully order what they needed, including ventilators. This came in response to someone approaching their tribe and offering to sell supplies at 200-300% markups.
Right now I’m working on helping a tribal school I work with order PPE.
Councils need to be made aware that we aren’t locked out by the sale regulations. Tribes are also supposedly to be reimbursed for covid related spending.
Spread the word.
If anyone would like me to call any tribal admins to connect them with this wholesaler or help them get an order out, send me a PM. I don’t make anything for helping.
Unfortunately I don’t have any word on donations, but personally there are some things I’m working on that might come through with tha
Japan has alot of consumer products you cant really get anywhere else (KitKat and Oreo flavours), would it be profitable to import and wholesale said products to Australia?
You can order online and drive by to get fresh produce AND help a struggling business. They are located off I-40 and Lake Wheeler Rd. just South of the Farmer's Market. Here's their website: