Retailbound is based in Chicago but we've successfully served clients all around the world since 2008. And although we're experts when it comes to hosting virtual meetings with our clients, our team is just as happy to hop on a plane to meet you in person.
When you hire us, our small 10 person firm works very hard in getting your company noticed in front of retail buyers but more importantly, we help you maintain a long term relationship with them.
un by Yohan Jacob, a former large retail buyer, our seasoned retail consultants bring versatile experience and expertise of retail marketing and merchandising solutions, FROM BOTH SIDES of the retail buyer's desk. This experience within the retail industry sets us apart as a leading retail marketing and merchandising solutions provider.
Learn the ins and outs of retail and get your product on your favorite retailer's shelves.Thinking about selling your product to retailers? This no-nonsense guide walks you through the process of selling to and working with retailers-from designing, pricing, and presenting your products to getting repeat orders.
- The key questions that retail buyers will ask you
- How the four P's in marketing relate to retail and affect your bottom line
- How not to under-price your products
- Five ways to get a retail buyer's attention
- How to help retailers market your product
Why Our Franchise?
If you have an ongoing and frequent need to market your business at retail, you need someone to champion these efforts. In today's unpredictable economy, companies are trying to find new and innovative ways to keep the marketing momentum going – while dealing with budget cutbacks and dramatic fluctuations in the market. In this type of economy, smart companies know that they cannot stop their marketing activities. However when resources, expertise, and funds are scarce, smart companies turn to outsourcing.
While there certainly are some situations where hiring a full-time employee is the best option, there are many situations where a single employee simply cannot offer the broad skill set or high level of expertise that is required. Typically an outsourced marketing employee is the best option for businesses that have a broad range of needs but can't afford a full-time employee or the business model can only support 1-2 marketing employees.