What is the job of an independent distributor?
A distributor is an in-between entity between a manufacturer of a merchandise and the end-client. End client may well be for example a shop or a retailor. The distributor takes an operational role on behalf of the producer. They are active in educating their clients and might put up a marketing campaign.
Remuneration: Often distributors charge service fees or they demand a percentage of the net sales for representation of your brand. They are your local sales staff and therefore demand pay in relating to the amount to their efforts and results of promoting the company’s products.
A distributor is essentially a reseller. He buys your products and sells them to retailers, end users and customers and thus is in charge of selling your products and services on a specific market.
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