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Do you have a product that is perfect for Bed Bath and Beyond?

Have you ever wondered what it would take to get a product into their stores? If so, you will love this short training segment on how to sell your product to Bed Bath and Beyond!

(For those of you who prefer to read this content, transcripts are included below!)

In this training, I will discuss some of the things to think about when approaching a retailer such as Bed Bath and Beyond. Hope it helps! 🙂

To Your Success,

Karen Waksman
Retail MBA

P.S. If you’d like to learn the exact steps on how to sell a product to retailers such as Bed Bath and Beyond, then you will love my Retail MBA Program! This is the most comprehensive course available today on the subject of selling to stores.

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Transcript of This Training…


How to Sell a Product to Bed Bath and Beyond…A Quick Tip!

Hey everyone, my name is Karen Waksman and I’m the founder of a company call Retail MBA. And today I want to talk about getting your products sold at Bed Bath and Beyond!

Now, the reason I decided to create this particular segment is because I teach thousands of products companies across the country on the subject of selling to retailers and people always ask me about Bed Bath and Beyond. So today I want to talk about some things to think about when approaching a retailer such as Bed Bath and Beyond.

First of all, I love that retailer and the reason I love that retailer is because they are very inventor friendly. They have so many new innovative products that they are constantly putting on their stores shelves.

If you ever walk through a Bed Bath and Beyond, you’ll notice that they have done a really good job at including new innovative products in their stores. So if you do have a product that’s new, interesting, different, Bed Bath and Beyond is an awesome place to explore! Plus it’s a great place to sell gift items.

One thing to think about is that they always have new, really interesting products around their counter area. These are called front-end products or impulse buys.

The reason I mention this is because there is actually a buyer who buys front-end products or impulse buy products at Bed Bath and Beyond. And so the idea behind sharing this with you is that if you have a product that will fit really well around their counter area that’s new, interesting and innovative and potentially has a counter display, then you should absolutely consider reaching out to the front-end buyer or impulse buyer at Bed Bath and Beyond!

Yes, there is a buyer who actually just buys for that specific area of the store. Again it’s called a front-end buyer. So my suggestion to you is if you have a small product that’s innovative and interesting, definitely explore reaching out to a retailer such as Bed Bath and Beyond! This basically means another potential buyer to reach out to at Bed Bath and Beyond!

They obviously sell lots of other stuff and there are so many things I can share with you about selling to this retailer, but most people don’t know that the front-end buyer exists. And by the way, another reason you should care is that these front-end products sell in volume. Either way it could be very interesting for your business…and it’s a quick tip!

Anyways, if you like to learn more about exact steps from start to finish on how to get your products into retailers, such as Bed Bath and Beyond, please take a look at my Retail MBA Training Program.

There’s a link below, actually, it’s a full training course that explains how to get your products into Bed Bath and Beyond and so forth so please take a look at that. It will really support you! Anyhow, I hope you found value in this and please be on the look out for additional training videos that I’ve created on different retailers and how to get those products into different stores. Again, it’s Karen Waksman with Retail MBA and I hope this helps! Thanks so much.

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