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Hi: Without knowing exactly what your product is, the quick answer is "it depends." Many regional and national retailers do allow for some portion of local discretion in their product mix, but they handle it in different ways. Some have local buyers, some have regional buyers and yes, some have y...

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If I was you I would talk to those companies that have had great approach with retailers and learn from them. Some of this companies (not limit to this list) are: Reserve, Foursquare, Yelp, Density, Estimote Learn from them, maybe even partner with them

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I have experience working at Target where we had thousands of different SKUs for the shoes and clothing department, and also handled online orders. In my experience the best platform for integrating physical retail inventory into an e-commerce platform is using Stitch Labs. Once you set up your ...

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You can use something like Amazon FBA where you send all your inventory to one of their many warehouses around the world and they will securely store it for you. Then, when you have a sale, they will pack and ship the order to the customer for you. They even handle things like returns and custome...

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Hi! I'll start by saying that this is a tough one. I personally employ several sales reps, some 100% commish while others take te bigger of two: commissions for that period or a predetermined hourly rate (if they feel they won't do as good that week) With that said, these type of jobs tend to p...

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There is no minimum. The answer doesn't lie with how large your product catalogue is but your product differentiators. You can open a store with a single decor product for that matter. Instead of looking at volume, think about these aspects: - quality: is my product better? And how so? - price:...

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It depends on the expert. My team and I have done everything from create a roadmap to fully run the crowdsource campaign. The variations come in budget, product being launched, the client, and the appropriate audience. I'd be happy to schedule a call with you to discuss more in detail. -Shaun

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Maybe the prudent approach is to create a parallel system which includes all the newer technologies. Instead of an all or nothing transition, transfer one (or a few) functions at a time. If something goes wrong, you have a failback. If things work well, you can speed up the transition until ev...

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