Consumables (as a business opportunity!) never really registered on my radar.
Yet I… like a lot of people… use them every single day.
Take, for example, supplements… which is one type of a consumable.
It’s a huge market – in just the US, 59 million people use them. They spend, on average, $129.58 per purchase… and often, these purchases are repeated over and over again, from the same set of brands.
Meaning, once you get the customer to start using your brand…
You might’ve gotten them for life.
Pretty awesome for any business!
Add other types of consumables (such as beauty products, cosmetics, personal care products, pet food, house cleaning supplies, and so on and so on) and you get a multi-trillion dollar a year market.
There’s a problem, though.
(There always seems to be, doesn’t it?)
This market is super hard to get into… no matter which type of consumables you go after.
There’s competition by big corporations.
There’s FDA, FTC and other three-letter-compliance issues.
There’s the cost of setting up your manufacturing, logistics, and so on – and even if you go with the private label route, you have to spend a lot of money to be able to meet the minimum order quantity.
And so on and so forth.
Which makes it super hard for anyone without deep pockets to go into this super lucrative space.
Now, there’s a workaround.
It’s by a gentleman named Jason Fladlien (who’s also known as the “half a billion dollar entrepreneur) who has vetted this opportunity six ways till Monday and has prepared a brilliant training for you to enjoy on this.
He’ll show you the hows, the whys, the wheres… everything you need to finally take advantage of this super lucrative space…
… without dealing with any of the usual roadblocks that have stopped 99.9% of people in the past.
The training goes live on August 24th, Thursday!
P.S. 5 people who attend this training live are going to get a cool $100 to spend on whatever they want. All you need to do is be on the call… something you were going to do anyway, right? So this is just a nice extra reason for you to make the time 🙂
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