Here’s how I find profitable inventory to sell on Amazon & eBay WITHOUT leaving home and it can work for you no matter where you live in the world! I call it my “Trade Show No Show” strategy…
This is the exact strategy I used to sell over a $1 Million on Amazon this year at great margins.
Some background: Attending trade shows has long been known as a way to find profitable inventory to sell in your eBay and Amazon business… IF you know what you are doing, and IF you don’t mind traveling, and IF you don’t mind big crowds, long lines, a lot of noise and silly sales pitches one after the other…
The fact is, vendors at trade shows are actively seeking people like YOU to help them sell more of their deeply discounted inventory and if you know how to play the game they DON’T CARE if you actually show up live or not!
Wait a minute…what’s a trade show?
A trade show is a conference like exhibition organized so that companies in a specific industry can showcase and demonstrate their latest products to big buyers. There are hundreds of trade shows conducted every year worldwide for every imaginable product sold. I can show you how to find these shows and how to find profitable inventory there, but unlike most “trade show” shoppers, you don’t ever have to attend!
We’ve put together a 80+ page report for you that is designed for everyone from “newbies” to experienced online sellers. Here’s what’s included in the report:
- How to find and register for the RIGHT trade shows
- What you’ll need on hand when talking with trade shows vendors
- Sample emails I’ve sent to vendors to secure the best deals even after the show is over
- Sample deals I’ve made as well as mistakes I’ve made that you can learn from
- Tips for actually attending the shows if you choose to do so
- How to research quickly and find profitable products you can sell
- An audio interview between Jim Cockrum and his coaching director (who has attended over 50 trade shows looking for profitable inventory!)
- A list of terminology you’ll need to understand when dealing with trade show vendors
- INTERNATIONAL or NON-U.S. based sellers. We have everything you’ll need as well to use this system!
"Thank you for this course. I went through the whole ebook and was able to register and get accepted to my first trade show! I feel like I can take my Amazon business to the next level now."
“As a long-time eBay / Amazon seller, I’ve attended my share of trade shows in search of great merchandise to resell.
The trade show environment is almost always the same; long lines to register, big crowds everywhere, a noisy environment, (which makes it hard to think, let alone carry on a decent conversation) and, in general, not enough time to analyze potential product buys for resale.
After reviewing “Trade Show, No Show”, I am excited to see that there is a better (much better!) way to benefit from trade shows!
Not only did it contain great advice about how to benefit from trade shows without attending them, but it also revealed some of the “good, bad and ugly” of doing business with trade show exhibitors and it is this real-world experience that is priceless to me.”
“I wish this book had been written about 5 years ago. My wife and I have attended numerous trade shows and Jim is correct when he says “Attending trade shows can be an exhausting experience.”
To be successful at trade shows you have to do your research in advance to maximize your time. However, there always seems to be more booths and showrooms that we want to visit than there is time.
The knowledge presented in this book is going to revolutionize how we find new sources of inventory and I highly recommend it to every online and offline seller.”
“I must admit…before reading this book, I had never considered adding trade shows to my sourcing plan of action. Now that I have read this marvelous book, my head is spinning with all the possibilities that have presented themselves to me. I have now revamped my strategy because “How to be a Trade Show No Show” will be my blueprint for success in sourcing profitable inventory from trade shows.
This clear & concise manual receives my highest recommendations!”
“Our goal is to attend at least one trade show per year and it still is, however, we’ll be reaping the benefits of multiple trade shows from now on without attending all of them. This book is a GREAT resource and outlines a totally new way to benefit from trade shows without ever leaving your home or office. This is a strategy we are already building into our business. Thanks to Jim Peterson and Jim Cockrum for sharing this knowledge!”
“Jim and Jim have put together a straight forward, laser focused method of reaping the benefits of trade show incentives without actually going to the show. If you’re looking to expand your inventory without the madness of attending these shows while sitting in the comfort of your home, then this little book is for you. This book targets the experienced online seller who might otherwise be intimidated by the enormity of the average trade show with its hundreds of vendors. It turns a potentially exhausting experience into a quiet day at the office!”
“I just finished reading Trade Show No Show by the two Jims. What a brilliant concept for adding another stream to multiple incomes. I’m excited about learning more and jumping in to give this concept a try. The book lays out a simple plan. And I’m ready to do the leg work to learn a whole new arena of possibilities. I’ve never attended a single trade show. The concept always intimidated me. But after reading the book, I’m confident that this is something I can do. And if I can’t attend, the book shows me step-by-step how I can still reap the benefits. Whether you are a seasoned online seller or just beginning, the concepts in this book are loaded with potential for taking your business to a new level.”
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