Starting any type of retail business is never an easy task. It typically requires a large outlay of cash in the beginning to purchase stock, invest in warehouse or store space, and handle initial overhead costs.
With all the other expenses required to start a business, buying stock is often the straw the breaks the camel’s back with regards to finance. It’s often the largest expense of any retail startup, and sometimes it’s just too much and the business fails to get off the ground.
Plus, there’s always the risk that you’ll spend thousands of dollars on products that never sell, and you’ll be out of all that money and stuck with items you can’t get rid of.
But there is a better way! Instead of spending a fortune upfront on product, and then having to find warehouse space to store it, and figuring out the logistics of packing and shipping it to customers, why not just use dropshipping?
Dropshipping will allow you to get started with little to no up front investment, while still being able to offer customers the products you want to offer!
In this guide, you’re going to learn the basics of dropshipping, and how to find the best suppliers.