There are three types of retailers: Those that sell their own products exclusively, those that sell other’s products and those that do both. If you’re one that sells your own products, Emily Grey has some advice for you.
She not only owns her own clothing and gift store in Raleigh, North Carolina called The Flourish Market, which has a great story to tell, but she also moonlights helping makers and businesses get their products on the shelves at retailers by educating folks on approaches to wholesaling.
We talked to Emily about purpose-driven businesses, leveraging other retailers in your own business and building out wholesale business for your retail store.
Also, Twitter has announced another advertising-focused feature. Our own Jason Falls shares his typical contrarian rant about the resounding “meh” of the move.
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