How much would you charge to provide names of dropshipping suppliers

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I have two dropshippers in the UK who will supply products with markups between £20 to £60 a product. They won't let you sell through Amazon or third party sites, the site or sites have to be your own. We are talking about reputable suppliers who have been in business for years. I don't really want to give this information away as I will be inviting competition, but I may consider it if the money is very good. I may be willing to sell it to up three or four people.

Dropshipping is the ideal way to get into ecommerce because of not having to carry risk of holding stock, and those out of China can be painfully slow getting it to the customer, not to mention, sometimes substandard, so domestic suppliers make great sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I doubt you'll get many/any takers for two suppliers of what could be anything. In non-AliExpress dropship models, the key to real success for most niches is finding a market that you stand a chance of ranking for organically. Without knowing the specific product niche, people would be paying you "blind" for products in a niche that might be far too competitive. Why would anyone do that? Also, because they are UK dropshippers, it further limits your market.

    Good luck, though!
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