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Teach Your Kids to Give Back This Summer

Posted by Brittany Engelmann on Apr 15, 2016 12:00:00 PM



Summertime often feels like both a blessing and a curse to parents. While it’s always wonderful to spend more time with the children, it can be hectic finding ways to keep them entertained and engaged all summer long. Volunteering provides an activity that parents and children can both enjoy, while offering the children a chance to learn and grow all summer long. Volunteering has actually shown to have a profound effect on the cognitive, emotional, and social development of children, making it a wholesome and enriching activity for kids.

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Topics: Nonprofits

How to Use Store Displays to Drive Sales

Posted by Brittany Engelmann on Apr 13, 2016 10:00:00 AM

The layout and design of your store is a major determiner in sales, and with a strategic approach, you can arrange products in a way that optimize your profit margin. Studies resoundingly show that the power of suggestion can greatly increase consumer spending, and there is no better way to subtly influence consumers than through colorful and attractive displays.  

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Topics: Small Business

Behind the Scenes of Your Local Food Pantry

Posted by Brittany Engelmann on Apr 11, 2016 9:30:00 AM


Every year, food banks across the country distribute a cumulative 3 billion meals to people in food-insecure situations. With about 200 food banks and 60,000 different meal programs distributed across all 50 states, towns large and small are working tirelessly to ensure all Americans have warm, nutritious meals year round. Yet, distributing all of that food is no easy task. Here’s how food pantries orchestrate their mission from day to day.  

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Topics: Nonprofits

Humane Societies Are Struggling: How You Can Help Them Stay Afloat and Help More Pets

Posted by Marc Joseph on Apr 8, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Humane societies are often encumbered with more animals than they can afford to take on, resulting in declining care for animals and financial difficulties for the humane society. Humane societies are typically low-kill shelters, meaning they only euthanize animals when the animal is too sick or aggressive to be adopted out. As a result, they often keep the same animal for months at a time, which exhausts their financial resources and limits their ability to take in more animals.

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Topics: Nonprofits

The Adult Coloring Craze: It's Not Just for Kids Anymore

Posted by Marc Joseph on Apr 7, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Adult coloring books are the new Pet Rock of today, so grownups have been buying up coloring books in record numbers. From hardware, grocery and drug stores to toy, gift and convenience stores, these coloring books and the accompanying colored pencils and markers are everywhere! With any such craze, eventually product availability goes down and it becomes harder and harder to find that highly sought after item. That's why it's important to find a wholesale company with ample supply that can fulfill your product needs.

So what is it about adult coloring books that is making them the hottest trend this season? As it turns out, they actually offer a lot of psychological benefits.

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Topics: Small Business

How to Find and Work with a Wholesale Supplier

Posted by Marc Joseph on Apr 6, 2016 6:00:00 AM



From large monopolies to small mortar-and-brick stores, businesses everywhere rely on wholesale suppliers to fuel their business profits. Finding the right wholesaler has the potential to make or break your company, and you need a supplier that is cost-effective, provides excellent merchandise, and is consistently reliable. Here are some tips to help you find a supplier and build a lasting relationship that’s mutually beneficial.

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Topics: Small Business

10 Tips to Get Your Reselling Business Up and Running

Posted by Marc Joseph on Apr 4, 2016 12:16:02 PM


Whether you’re seeking a full-time career or simply a supplementary income, there are numerous advantages to selling products online. It’s a low-risk job that requires minimal upfront costs, while offering ample flexibility and the ability to work from home. With the right strategy, you can launch your business more quickly, while optimizing your return on investment. Here are some tips to kick off your company successfully.

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Topics: Small Business

I Want To Work For A Great Company

Posted by Marc Joseph on Apr 1, 2016 9:57:13 AM

Reposted from Huffington Post, where our Founder and CEO, Marc Joseph, is a regular contributor.
What makes a company good and sustainable and a place where people want to work? According to BusinessKnowHow.com, there are five traits of a good company. The first trait is the leadership team must have a great ambition for the company; one that addresses an unmet customer need, which is the second trait. Good companies stay focused (third trait) on what they know and can do well, and then devote relentless attention to execution (fourth trait). The fifth trait, and probably the most important for long term growth, is smart companies engage all of their associates in building businesses, from idea creation to delivery to the customers, so ideas just don’t come from the top down; they come from the bottom up and every direction in between. If everyone in a company feels they own a piece of the product and are held accountable, a good company will become great. So, human capital has really become the most important asset of just about any company, both big and small.

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Topics: Small Business

March Facebook $5,000 Merchandise Giveaway Winners!

Posted by Jackie Eldridge on Mar 31, 2016 2:31:22 PM

We have winners! They will be contacted via email with instructions to redeem their awards.

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Bounce Back from the Slow Season and Maximize Springtime Sales

Posted by Maria Werner on Mar 28, 2016 7:30:00 AM

While not all small businesses experience the strains of a slow season, many retail locations notice declining sales come wintertime. Though the holidays often bring an eagerly anticipated surge in sales, it is often followed by a discouraging slump that puts a damper on the morale of business owners. Yet, come springtime, consumers are often more inclined to hit the stores, no longer hibernating indoors and hiding from the cold. Here are some tips to prepare your store for the impending storm of springtime shoppers.

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Topics: Small Business

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You may just think we are the premier online wholesaler, but we do so much more than delivering small business, nonprofits and consumers the best possible margins on over 300,000 wholesale products.

We are proud of our commitment to:

  • Our 5% Give Back Program, where we donate 5% of your order to a nonprofit you choose!
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