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You have done your best to find products that can be useful. You’ve researched keywords and found the right balance between visits and cost. And even you have a strong plan for marketing and advertising. But you still need to buy your goods, so the next step is to find good and reliable Amazon FBA suppliers. If you don’t know where to look, Repricer has done the work to help you.

 

Doing business in China 

China is one of the largest markets in the world, if not the largest, so you can find Amazon FBA wholesale suppliers there very easily. Finding a good product, however, gets a little tricky, since there are a lot of dodgy sellers running around.

 Alibaba should be the first place you look. Not only is it the largest online retailer in the country, but you’ll likely be buying directly from the manufacturer, which tends to translate to the lowest prices. One thing you have to keep in mind is that Alibaba manufacturers handle a lot of legal documents, so check them carefully and ask a lot of questions. If your system doesn’t meet their minimum requirements, see if you can negotiate in other ways if anything else works for you.

 

Other online markets in China worth checking out include: 

 

Visit a restaurant 

With the coronavirus limiting the number of people who can gather in one place to shop, you will need to create a trade show. Although it is not possible to go to the trade show in person – depending on where you live and sell – you can still get the benefits of the trade show by going virtually.

 Check the trade show website for a list of regular exhibitors, and use the contact information listed to contact suppliers. Many businesses suffer from epidemics, so reaching out to suppliers now is a great opportunity to build strong, long-term relationships. 

 

Know the bulk directory 

Wouldn’t it be great if all the vendors were listed in one place, saving you time and effort in researching each one? Well, it turns out that’s true in the wholesale directory. 

One of the biggest names is Worldwide Brands, which has thousands of sellers and more than 16 million products. There is a one-time registration fee ($299 if paid once, or $99 today) /2 monthly payment of $110), but the price is worth it. Retailers worldwide screen vendors at trade shows, then visit the warehouses of selected suppliers and conduct inspections to determine their quality before adding them to the registry.

 Two other good inventory books to check out are SaleHoo and Inventory Source. SaleHoo also vets sellers before adding them to their directory, with over 8,000 sellers on their growing list. Although there is a fee ($67/year or $127 for lifetime access), it is worth knowing that you will find brands such as Adidas, Oakley, Lego, Disney, 3M, Sony and others.

Inventory Source is small in other countries and a few hundred suppliers mostly in China and the US, but don’t let their small size fool you: there are many articles and more than a million products in total, and do to be competitive and beautiful. choice. It’s free to browse the directory and check out sellers and their products, but you’ll have to pay for the Automate service ($99/month for Automate or $150/month for Automate) enough). 

 

Final Thoughts 

Once you find the right supplier to meet all of your Amazon FBA needs and build your inventory, your next step is to price your products competitively and profitably. For that, there is no better tool than Repricer, which can increase your chances of winning the Buy Box and increasing sales in general. Interested? When you sign up now, we’ll give you a free 15-day trial.

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