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Industry Summary:

Distributorship.com is a creator and purveyor of superior quality products. In 1972, there were 348,200 wholesale distributors throughout the USA, generating more than $684 billion worth of wholesale distribution business (The American Marketing Association). Industry experts believe by the end of 2015, wholesale distribution sales will exceed $3 trillion dollars.

 

Corporate Mission:

Distributorship.com is established and committed to becoming a premier creator and supplier of single serve, impulse purchase/point-of-sale snack products in the United States. We strive to develop a network of distributors, by guiding them into our superior supply channel. Our goal is to capture 1% of the wholesale distribution profit share in America.

Social Responsibilities:

Distributorship.com’s primary purpose is to enhance the spiritual,   social, intellectual, and emotional well-being of all people throughout the world by promoting good causes. Distributorship.com helps to inform the public, furthering the development of our social and economic responsibilities. Distributorship.com provides donations to non-profit charitable organizations at the time our products are produced and sold.

Economic Responsibility:

Distributorship.com’s concern is the allocation of wealth and income through competitive distribution, which is the process that determines the flow of wealth and income to our distributors. We value the control and ownership of our product lines, and how they are divided both economically and geographically between our distributor networks on the international level.

Global Marketplace:

Global marketing or the broad use of international markets has been increasingly important to all businesses throughout the world. As nations become interconnected economically, technologically, and culturally. Distributorship.com is also prepared to help our distributors by developing, designing and producing future products that appeal to a wide array of needs and tastes. The internet is extremely instrumental in the expansion and future of the new global marketplace.

Business Objectives:

Our business team and strategy lead the way with focus on quality service, value, and filling existing product voids for distributors.  By using four basic strategies, Distributorship.com plans and executes the pricing and promotions of our products and future products.  We create exchanges that satisfy our distributor’s market share objectives.

Market Penetration – Distributorship.com will engage the market providing intense promotional, aggressive marketing, and competitive pricing scenarios for our products that will permeate our presence throughout the 24 major media markets throughout the USA.

Market Development – Distributorship.com promotes directly to consumers, “positioning” our products, making them attractive and compelling to buyers.

Product Development – Distributorship.com will also introduce new variations of any competing successful product line, with significant modifications and improvements, appearing consistently and rapidly.

Diversification – Unlike any other supplier, Distributorship.com possesses greater resources for marketing and promotional support through our internet presence. For our distributors this increases visibility to promote products directly to a large number of consumers.

As defined by the American Marketing Association, marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and services. The overall goal of our marketing plan is to move our products from the distributors, to the consumers.

In today’s increasingly competitive business environment with more products, more  distribution  channels,  and  more  producers,  we  move to stay ahead of and understand  all marketing  and  branding  functions. Our goal is to maintain and gain future market shares.

Distributor Needs:

Distributors  in  pursuit  of  higher  market  share  need  tools  to  help  identify promising  opportunities,  hazards,  and  means  for  supplying  the  demands  of  retail customers. Distributorship.com. business team supports that need. It is the objective of this function to understand distributor’s wants and needs. To help sell and promote our products for distributors, that result in outperforming the competition.

Retailer Needs:

Retailers  seek  a  broad  variety of  products  and  services  at  reasonable  prices. Impulse purchase items should always include promotional materials, and sales support. In the past these demands created “discrepancies” between the economies of distributors and their suppliers. This discrepancy triggered the demand for Distributorship.com to “equalize” the offer. Distributorship.com provides marketing and intense promotional support direct to consumers on behalf of our distributors and their customers.

Consumer Needs:

At Distributorship.com, we seek to discover and measure unmet consumer needs. Such detection takes two major forms, marketing research and environmental “scanning”. Marketing research consists of reporting and forecasting sales, surveying consumers and interviewing retailers, to test the instruments used encouraging people to buy. On-site observations, buying habits and information regarding product preferences are collected.

Selling prices and promotional themes employed help discover what “market niche” our products will fill effectively for our distributors. Not all aspects of a market situation lie within the power of Distributorship.com to command, “Scanning” the business environment serves to reveal market characteristics as they develop. Watching competitors, finding new technological applications for retailers, studying economics, social relationships, and trends enable us to anticipate changes.

Distributorship.com directs marketing and promotional activities toward maintaining the portfolio of our products and services reasonably matched to emerging demands, despite uncertain consumer fads and changing tastes.  Besides our internal structure, a great many outside marketing-research organizations may help our endeavor, to secure facts concerning the size and character of the market, and other factors effecting promotional decisions aimed at consumers for a particular product we create or promote.

Target Market:

Consumers have extensive choice, finding exactly what they want in just the style or form in which they want it. We identify and exploit precisely the right market for our products and brands.  Target marketing requires segmenting the total projected market into smaller groups. A marketing segment is a group of buyers who have similar needs and who will respond similarly to a given offer or promotion.

Market segmentation is accomplished by considering the demographics (class, age, income), products use (frequency, application preferences), geographic location (region, local), and buyer psychology (habits, predispositions). Market segmentation does not imply that Distributorship.com will shy away from consumers simply because they do not fit a composite profile rather, segments are to  classify priority customers that Distributorship.com believes will be attracted to a particular offer or promotion.

Marketing Strategy:

Our marketing strategy is the plan of attack established in order to obtain the market share goals of our distributors. Such a plan consists of generous expenditures and the allocation of our resources to the various corporate units or components involved in the success of our programs.

Distributorship.com sells our products by licensing qualified distributors in defined markets. Our strategy provides hands on support for initial placement, marketing and promotions. Our overall purpose is to broaden the customer base for our distributor network as a whole.

Sales Promotion:

Advertising  alone  is  commonly  thought  to  lead  to  higher  sales  and  profits. Advertised products may command a higher price than those that are unrecognized, but the characteristics of a particular product are such that expenditures for advertising alone are not likely to yield much return in sales. Distributorship.com communicates offers direct to consumers and lures them into purchasing behaviors. Promotional activities may include promotional tours, advertising, direct mail, telemarketing, live demonstrations, field sales calls, special exhibits, free sample trials, and corporate public relations.

Packaging and display promotions for our products strive to clarify the attraction in target customer’s minds creating separation from the competition. We always seek effective promotional strategies; we pay close attention to the selection of media best adapted to our particular product being promoted.  The development of promotional materials used requires careful attention by all parties involved, to help influence the buying motives of consumers.

Inventory Pools:

Distributorship.com may very well be the last frontier in wholesale opportunities and distribution.  Inventory pools create opportunities for reducing cost, improving customers’ satisfaction, and raising sales productivity.  Distributorship.com will supply additional inventory pools from which our distributors can quickly draw new products.

 

Assortments:

Distributorship.com with its buying power will soon build assortments, breaking the bulk of inventories into smaller quantities, and then passing the savings along to our distributor inventory pools. Distributorship.com specializes in this area to help our network stay in control of the brands we carry or create, for example, our firm may also operate its own warehouses, or purchase entire outputs of small  manufacturers, who will then produce products and private label to our own specifications.

Manufacturing Needs:

Distributorship.com creates the most effective combination for our production facilities  in  which  we  collaborate,  to  help  supply  the  highest  quality  products  for distributors. Our goal is always large-scale production, or the largest scale of operation that will maximize any production times available, rather than mere proportions of times. Our philosophy is to transform or create a new competitive brand, increase or create that demand, and then continue to supports its growth for our entire network.

Distributorship.com renders many important services to our co-packers. We create different lines of goods, and purchase in truckload quantities to maintain reservoirs of  merchandize  that  can  be  drawn  on  by  our  distributor  network.  Our distributors maintain prompt deliveries and help by providing advisory services in connection with marketing, promoting, and selling.

Price Scenarios:

Price to our distributors is the most important decision when providing wholesale opportunities and distribution services.  In general, terms, the greater the degree our products differentiate from our competitors, the more attention can be placed on sales and support.  Fair pricing accommodates the successive tiers or intermediaries that are involved in a successful wholesale opportunity and distribution program.

CO-OP Sales & Promotional Support:

Distributorship.com. has a large support mechanism when it comes to finding our Distributors additional products. Distributorship.com has been placed into the center of the industry, with nearly 10,000 new and unique potential manufacturers and distributors visiting our web site every month. Distributorship.com pinpoints and attracts the largest possible audience, leading you to listen, view, and read about the most popular products in demand with the highest probability of success. Distributors can continue to build or expand their routes with a variety of products being offered by numerous manufacturers.

Market Share:

Regarding economics, Distributorship.com has an internet presence that allows for the forces of supply and demand to converge. We advertise at the virtual center of interest on the internet, designed by the term “marketplace”. This represents a very large group of manufacturers who are scattered geographically and whose bids and offers help set competitive pricing for products to be offered to our distributor network.

Trucking Included:

Transportation plays a vital role in the economic life of Distributorship.com wholesale distribution opportunity. Traditionally in the past, 80% of the cost spent on freight  in  the  United  States  was  on  truck  transportation  alone  (The  Transportation Association of America). Distributorship.com’s dedicated traffic department has access to over 22 million privately owned and “for-hire” carriers throughout the United States, ensuring the lowest cost possible. All price quotes includes shipping to specified markets.

Conclusion:

In recognition of the interrelationship with our distributors, Distributorship.com is committed to proper and orderly wholesale and distribution programs. Successful wholesale  and  distribution  services  result  from  the  effective  carrying  out  of  well- coordinated sales and promotional programs, in which each element must support every other element.


 

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