Jack Stubbs Candles

Well here we are with another UK Product Source, this time we are looking at fragranced candles. But by now you should now me when I find you a new Uk Product Source, I lik to find you something a bit different, and I hope I have. For this Uk Product Source, has launched a new product range. Fragranced candles. The candles are made in Ashbourne in Derbyshire and the tins are made in Birmingham all within 20 miles of where the UK Product Source is based.

Name : Jack Stubs Home Fragrances

Address : Home Farm, Swinfen, Lichfield, STAFFS, WS14 9QR

Phone : 01543 481612

email : sales@jackstubbs.co.uk

URL : http://www.jackstubbs.co.uk

Hope you have enjoyed todays UK Product and have found it useful for your business.

Worldwide Fancy Goods

After a short break we are back with a new series of UK Product Sources, as we find new ones we will bring them to your attention.

Todays UK Product Source takes us into the world of watches and watch parts. This is big business and if run in the right can make you a good deal of money.

Name : Worldwide Fancy Goods Ltd.

Address : 17 Great Ducie Street, Manchester, M3 1PQ

Tel : 0161 834 3361

Fax : 0161 834 2149

Email : ksarora@aol.com

URL : http://www.worldwidefancygoods.co.uk

I hope you find this Uk Product Source useful.

5 Sure Fire Ways For Product Sourcing

Now that you have decided that you want to sell on eBay either as a full time or part-time business venture, there will come a time when you have sold all the unwanted items from around your home and the homes of of your family and friends. If this is you and you have sold everything around you, do not give up now. You have seen the system works and that you can make some good money, by selling on eBay.

Please do not let people tell you product sourcing is hard. Well yes it can be hard, but only if you let it be so. To start with if you follow some guidelines and look out for products on a daily basis, you will get a good headstart, and product sourcing will become part of your life, and soon you will see products all over the place, and product sourcing will become part of your life.

A good thing to have with you at all times, is a note book and pen, (or PDA etc), and when you see a product you would like to sell or source, make a note of :
@ Where you saw the product.
@ The Cost of the Product.
@ The maker or importer of the product
@ And any other notes that will help you.

While you are making up your Product Sourcing Book, you can be on the lookout for products in all different places.

1) eBay believe it or not is a very good place to buy and source your products from. You can either buy of eBay.co.uk for resale on the same site, or you can buy off another eBay country site to resell on another eBay site. This is real simple and you can make some good profit this way.

2) Another area where you can go product sourcing, and this will not cost you anything until an item is sold is drop-shippers. Drop shippers keep your stock and once you sell an item, you contact the drop shipper and they send the item to your customer. But please if you go this route check out the drop-shippers and make sure you feel OK using them, and that they are a real company.

3) The third area for product sourcing is craft fairs. When you visit these fairs either at home or when you are on holiday, as you walk around keep your eyes and ears open and think to yourself could I sell this on eBay and if the answer is a yes, chat with the owners and see what happens.

4) The fourth area is Trade Shows, look on sites such as Google, and type on the type of product you want to sell and use Trade Show as a tag and see what comes up. If there is a trade show in your area for the type of product you are thinking of selling, go along and see what is happening, and see all the different types of product on sale to the trade.

5) The last area for quick product sourcing is if you have a friend who owns a “real” shop and they stock items you would like to sell, you can chat with them and see if you can sell for them and be thier online sales arm – for a commission of course. Or they may sell to you at wholesale cost.

The above are just five quick examples of how you can get products in your hands to sell within 24 hours. As you fill out your product sourcing book, you will have many ideas for products, product ranges and different selling examples.

Have fun and enjoy the exciting world of product sourcing.

How To Source Products On A Local Basis

There is one thing that time and time people ask, where and how do I source products to resell on sites such as eBay. Normally your mind, and the books tell you to look for wholesalers or to look over seas for suppliers. Now while these are all good, and all work, they are not always for the new person, you can spend a lot of money and if you make the wrong choice you could end up losing a lot of money. This is not good.

Time after time as an online reseller we need to think outside the box. We need to think differently from the rest of the world. And as you begin to do this you will find a whole new product sourcing ideas and places jumping out and waving at you, saying come and buy from me.

Today I want you to think local, local as in your home town. The place where you live and work, you know all the places and if you do not it only takes a few phone calls to find out where it is all happening. So lets get started, and see where you can source products locally.

One place you can source products at a local level is your Supermarket, the ones who sell clothing, electrical items etc. Make a habit of going in on a week basis and having a look if they are selling off stock at silly prices. Also “become friends” with the manager and ask them what happens to the stock they cannot sell. And see if you can make an offer. Sometimes it works, or other times they tell you where it is sent.

Make it a habit of going to the local antique shops and get to know the staff, here you can either buy items at cheap prices or you can offer to sell items for them.

The same goes for Charity Shops, go in a few times a week, get to know the staff and either buy items at a steep discount or as you get to know the staff offer to take of their hands items they cannot store or sell. Yes you may have some “junk” but remember you might have some items that will sell well on eBay with a worldwide audience.

Finally go to craft fairs, car boots, yard sales, get to know the other sellers, network with, share information, become their friends. If you do the above on a regular basis you will soon have shops and businesses phoning on a daily basis asking you to take stock off their hands.

Sources of Cheap Wholesale Products

Managing a retail business successfully simply means that you need to have the right products to sell at the right time and at the right price. This does not mean that you need to acquire and sell products which are branded and highly-priced, because this would require you to spend a lot of money, and carry lots of stock. The best way for you to sell products without having to shell out a huge amount of money is through cheap wholesale products and buying non-branded items that are available in many stores.

To help you get started on the road to sourcing non branded cheaper items and where to find out what products there are, I have listed some fun and cheap ways in finding items to sell.

Business magazines often include a list of some reputable wholesale suppliers both locally and internationally. You can buy your products from these companies and sell them at your own price. Most of the suppliers which magazines take into account are those which offer their products at very low prices. But as well as business magazines why not have a look in the consumer magazines, here you will see what people want and need and are buying right now.

Trade Shows:
Another great source for affordable wholesale products has something to do with the trade shows. Attending various trade shows can give you the opportunity to meet various wholesale suppliers from different companies which can provide you the products that you need at very good prices. You can find out about these Trade Shows in business magazines and also contacting Trade Groups.

The Internet is the most convenient source because of the fact that it can give you lots of information when it comes to looking for wholesale product suppliers. You can actually use the major search engines, online auction sites, or some of the available wholesale trade directories in looking for outstanding wholesale products to sell. But you do need to be careful as there are a few scam firms out there, but on the whole they are all good, just do some research and you will be amazed at what you can source both branded and unbranded.

The above few areas are just a start and once you have got into the mode of product sourcing you will find ideas, and companies popping up all over the place. And you will become a product sourcing expert.

151 Products Ltd

UK Product Source

After a short break we are back with regular blog posts about UK Product Source. Each time we do a listing of a UK Product Source we will try to bring you many different and fun items as well as the daily items.

151 Products Ltd have been going since 1997, and supply in large quantities at price that all can afford. For further details on this UK Product Source.

Company : UK Product Source

URL : http://www.151.co.uk

Phone : 0161 839 5949

Thank you for looking at this UK Product Source

Uk Product Source – CIMC

UK Product Source

We have once again been on the lookout for another hot UK Product Source for you and we have come across this leading supplier into the home lighting and decor niche.

Today’s UK Product Source is CIMC – Lighting.


CIMC is one of the UK’s leading lighting, gift and home decor suppliers and all their items confirm to all the latest safety tests. They keep adding to their fantastic range and adding new and exciting products.

URL : http://www.cimc-lighting.co.uk

Phone : 0870 443 8280

Hope you find this UK Product Source helpful

UK Product Source – Rainbow Designs


Our chosen UK Product Source this week is “Rainbow Designs”. Rainbow Designs was started in 1971 and since then has gone from strength to strength. Their main focus is on high quality children’s gifts and they carry a large portfolio of Licensed Plush Children’s toys.

Some of the licenses the company hold in the plush toy are are :

Paddington Bear
Winnie the Pooh
Thomas and Friends


And a vast range of other leading Children’s Characters. If you are interested in getting into this great niche pop along to :

Phone : 0870 758 7700
URL : http://rainbowdesigns.co.uk



UK Product Source

We are taking a short break from giving UK Product Sources – do not panic only for today.

Today we have chosen a slightly different company called BookSpeed.

Bookspeed 1 

Bookspeed works with you and your business. For example you would like to sell books, but have no idea what titles you want to sell. Here comes BookSpeed, You tell them what products you sell already or what line of business you are in, and BookSpeed will then source titles that they know would work for you and your business.

bookspeed 2

To find out more about this great service that Bookspeed offers you can either go to their website or give them a call.

URL -  http://www.bookspeed.com

Phone – 0131 467 8100

Hope you enjoy this UK Product Source

CGE World Globes


UK Product Source

Our chosen UK Product Source, takes us all the way to Reading, and to the home of CGE World Globes.

CGE World Globes

CGE World Globes, have been in the business of supplying top class world globes for over 18 years, so they know their globes and they are a well established business.

To find out more about this UK Product Source you can either :

Phone : 01635 566021

URL : http://www.cgeglobes.co.uk

Contacts : Hilary, Chas and Chrissie.

Hope you have enjoyed this UK Product Source.