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Introduction to Wholesale Relationship Building – Wholesale Course Module 5 Part 1

Free Wholesale System - Module 5
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Welcome back to our Free Wholesale Training Course!  In module 4, we discussed how to find wholesale leads for your Wholesale Amazon Business.  You should now know how to track leads, and understand what a CRM is.  Using the Demand Based Sourcing method, you can now find high volume products to resell on Amazon.  You’ve also learned how to dive deep into a niche and use trade show websites to find wholesale leads.  Once you learned those two methods, you put them together to do all the work quickly by using the Bulk Product Sourcing method.  Finally, you now understand how important relationships are when it comes to finding wholesale leads.

In case you forgot why I’m creating this course, or want to see a full outline of all the modules, check out the introduction post to the Free Wholesale System.  Also, if you ever want to come back to that page, and you want something easy to remember, you can go directly to FreeWholesaleSystem.com, which will take you directly to that post.

Here’s the layout of this module:

Module 5: Wholesale Relationship Building

You can click on each of the links above to go directly to the area of the module the best interests you.  That being said, let’s get right into the content!

Want to skip reading the massive wall of text?  After the entire course is released, I will make videos for each of the sections for easier consumption.  Make sure you are on our mailing list to be notified when it’s released!

Introduction to Wholesale Relationship Building

relationshipsWelcome to the final part of this wholesale course journey – relationship building!  If you are used to some of the other Amazon sourcing methods like online arbitrage or retail arbitrage, you are used to the products themselves being front and center.  In the wholesale sourcing world, relationships are front and center.  If you want the best contacts, best suppliers, and best products – you must build relationships.

We’ve talked a lot throughout this course about ways to find leads, and how to have solid value propositions to offer brand owners.  All of those things are good – but the people that are good at building relationships will end up with the best partners.

im so excitedWhat if you are an introvert and are deathly afraid to talk to people?  Either you’ll have to get over your fears and just do it, or you’ll have to hire someone that has that skill set.  Not everyone is extroverted and can talk to anyone.  For some, it comes naturally.  For others, they have to consistently work at it.  Which one are you?

In this module, we’ll go over some of the basics of relationship building with brand owners.  This is for those people that need to work at it.  Extroverts may also gain some knowledge through this section, as it’s directly related to relationship building with brand owners.  Either way, this is only a stepping stone to show you how to build relationships – not a 100% guide.  There’s many other resources available that can teach you how to be an excellent networker and relationship builder.

By the end of this module, this is what you will learn:

  • The basic sales mindset you need to have in order to succeed.
  • How to make initial contact with suppliers.
  • How to follow up with suppliers.
  • How to negotiate and close deals with suppliers.
  • How to keep relationships active by nurturing them.

Let’s get started!

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Continue on to Module 5 Part 2: Sales mindset and expectations

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Chris Potter is an internet entrepreneur that loves working on businesses and helping others with their businesses. He has operated businesses that have sold over $25 million in retail sales, bought and sold a blog design business, and started websites from scratch. Skyrocket your business by joining his Mentoring Program!

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