what is the difference between a 'wholesaler' and a 'retailer' ?
Imagine a retailer who increases in size so much so that they decide (or even they physically can't any more) rather than sell to the customer i'll sell to other people to sell for me. that's when they become a wholesaler. The idea is that producers that sell to a wholesaler can reach more customers but will recieve less revenue per item, as both retailers and wholesaler(s) will take a cut. Using a wholesaler also means that they will push for your goods to be sold as otherwise they wouldn't make any money and by this point you've already been paid. $ $ *You've been Morecome, I've been Wise... peace out*
by The Answer - 6 hours ago
Wholesale sells to the retailer... Wholesale is sold a lot less expensive but usually require you to buy in bulk.... Wholesalers sell LOTS of products at one time usually to the retail stores. Who then sell it to customers who pay the most for any one product! I don't know if I answered your question but the difference would would be the price and the fact that there is a store!
by girlielovebug - 6 hours ago
a wholesaler will only sell to retailers. A retailer buys from the wholesaler, then sells to the general public.
by Jewel of Medina - 6 hours ago
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