Simplifying My Business

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  1. Trep117

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    Hello all,

    I am currently running start-up that is in the secondary consumer electronics industry. I have been in business for 2 years and I am finding out that my business may have to many moving parts right now.

    I was given some great advice and was told to simply turn into a broker. I think that this could be a good thing to focus on. I would sign contracts with retailers becoming the company that is responsible for selling their surplus inventory. In return I would get a 8-10% commission off of each deal.

    Here are some questions:

    1. What does the average brokerage firm charge?

    2.How would I structure deals well enough to make it appealing to retailers?

    3. How would I structure deals well enough to make it appealing for buyers?

    4. How do I protect myself from circumvention?

    5. How do I build a powerful network to get this going?

    Any advice on this would be helpful as I have to get this going as soon as possible.
     
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    I am currently running start-up that is in the secondary consumer electronics industry. I have been in business for 2 years and I am finding out that my business may have to many moving parts right now.
     
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    You have to consider warehouse and storing, many cities cost octoi, various taxes. It is best if you can check with other competitor and do survey locally.
     
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