MY FRIEND HAS A TRILLION BEADS. IS THIS THE PLACE TO SELL THEM ALL? HOW?
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i am trying to assist him in getting rid of a factory worth of imported beads. I was given this address to possibly sell them here, but not sure how to go about it. Should we break them up in lots? We thought to do that, but unsure of what is the quantity for a lot.
He has beads for every purpose. Especially for those wedding dresses, Indian, American, Asian, Hispanic and African. The abundance is ridiculous! Every handicraft persons and artisans would be benefit from his surplus. No shortage of any style, color or size...
Please can some one give us some advice on how to get rid of a trillion beads?
Thanks
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WillsPrincess2016
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Feb 20, 2018
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Does he have seed beads, spun glass beads, painted beads? Is there any way you can post pics w/prices? & would he be willing give a good deal to someone trying to start a beadwork & art business with a friend? P.S. Also trying to get ready for my wedding & using some of my beads to make gifts for the wedding party, at the least my girls, if not the guys too. Thank you!
Feb 20, 2018
pauliunas
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Feb 20, 2018
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Hi, I don't know if Massdrop will agree with this, because they usually sell "special" products (high quality, innovative and so on), but if you offer them for a good price and package them in an attractive way (it's not really about the packaging itself, it's about the contents - for example, I think an assorted set of all different colors, or just some colors, might be more attractive than just a bag of one color), maybe they will. I would suggest you start here: https://www.massdrop.com/collaborators If that doesn't work out, there's always eBay :) I know eBay is full of this stuff, but it mostly comes from China and people don't want to wait. So you can set a higher price if you sell them locally with fast shipping.
Feb 20, 2018