It’s a hard truth to admit: vendors can have the best products in their niche, but if they fail to market their booths well, their success will be limited.
Catering to today’s tech-savvy consumer requires small businesses to respond to this need with technology.
In February 2014, wholesale liquidator Via Trading Corp. launched a series of free Flea Market Vendor Training Workshops.
Merchandising and marketing changes will help you keep your atmosphere fresh and your visual appeal up to date.
The ability to pitch a product and show it off presents a unique business opportunity for flea market vendors.
Vendor success is based on knowledge and experience, as well as on the time and thought you invest in your business.
LinkedIn is an important social networking tool that allows you to drill down to target specific groups or individuals.
You don’t have to choose between stocking either apples or oranges if you’re savvy enough to sell both.
Customer engagement is key to product sales, and there is no better place than flea markets to connect with consumers and sell novelty items.
Simple ways to effectively merchandise your products include engaging the senses, getting the message out and being friendly.