That's it? Yep. That's it. Here's a link to a gramkosh 2.0 review I did with Jenni Hunt explaining just how easy Private Label can be – (https://youtu.be/Fk9FEzjmGjI) Our first product was this easy. All we have to do is take out their package insert and replace it with your own. (With their permission of course) Better yet. We didn't have to place a huge opening order. We were able to order as little as one case to get started. It really couldn't have been any easier.
This company doesn't have an official private label program, but they wanted to sell product and I was willing to buy. What's even better is that they have several products, so I can private label any of them that I want. An even easier step 1 is to find a company that already has a private label program.
There are many many companies that will manufacture their gramkosh 2.0 review, but put your label on it. In fact, many of them will even help you design your label or at the very least allow you to send your label and they'll attach it to their product to make it your own. My wife and I with some friends attended a Private Label Trade Show last year.
Every single one of the hundreds and hundreds of exhibitors had private label programs that were practically begging for our business. They didn't care whether we intended to sell our items on Amazon or on the street corner. They just wanted us to place orders. If you currently sell on Amazon and you've ever been to a trade show you know that not every single exhibitor welcomes Amazon sellers with open arms.
For any number of reasons, some companies see gramkosh 2.0 review as the bad guy and don't want to sell to retailers that use Amazon. But with these private label programs, it's an entirely different story. It's your brand so they don't care where you sell. They just want to be your source. So how do you find companies with private label programs?