5 Best Places to Sell Wholesale Online

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  1. karen hahn says:

    Thanks for this article. So do I understand correctly that if you sign up with Faire, they take 25%-15% of each sale, on top of the 50%-55% discount that the retailers expect? So that would mean that you have to sell your product at a 65%-75% total discount? I know as a handmade potter that there is no way that I could or be will to take 25%-35% for my work. Am I correct in this? Thanks

    • Hello Karen!

      My name is John a wholesale distributor on Faire.com. I wanted to respond to your comment in such a manner that makes sense. As a handmade, according to this lovely article a site like IndieMe and or etsy.com would be more appropriate for your products.

      Faire according to our experience is best suited for wholesale distributors that carry clothing apparel, clothing accessories, and or cosmetics. If indeed you were to run a dropship business, it seems Faire would be an excellent platform and or a better choice for your business model.

      You can however register as a buyer for the privilege to resell products from vetted suppliers. In other words you would buy at wholesale to sell at retail. Happy selling! God bless you and family.

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