|Author||Nirmalya Kumar and Jan-Benedict Steenkamp|
|Publisher||Harvard Business School Press|
Private Label Strategy: How to Meet the Store Brand Challenge is a book by Nirmalya Kumar and Jan Benedict Steenkamp. This book describes the strategies for private labels that major retailers are using, and analyses how major national brands can mount a response.
Author Frank Aaron Florence went on vacation in 2009. Five years, and 25 countries, later he still hasnât come back to âworkâ.
He isnât some hi-tech billionaire. He is just a regular guy who figured out how to put Amazon to work for him.
When you build a private label FBA business you are outsourcing the shipping, marketing, sales, and payment processing to the one company that does all of those things better than any other company in the world. You essentially become a strategic partner with the most revolutionary company on the 21st century. You can build this business from anywhere in the world.
If you are looking for a get-rich quick book that shows you how to magically manifest millions of dollars, this book isnât for you.
But, if you are an entrepreneur looking for a great business that allows you the flexibility to live your life on your terms, Florence has the perfect system for you. The tips and strategies in this book could be selling for $50 or more online. Instead Florence has put his years of experience together in this easy to follow guide at an affordable price.
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Praise for Frank Aaron Florence:
"I've earned hundreds of thousands of dollars selling products on Amazon and I myself have 5 Kindle books on the subject here on Amazon.com. Frank Florence (author of the book you're considering) was a MAJOR influence on me when I was just getting started. He really has all this nailed down to a science, as he's studied and executed basically every profit-making tactic there is to know. HIGHLY recommended."
Jordan B. Malik, Best Selling Author of 6 Books About Selling on Amazon and EBay
"He is also truthful enough to let any reader know that building this type of business takes time and effort, but by following his guide it can lead to great success."
Frank Aaron Florence is the author of six books about creating businesses that can be run form anywhere in the world. He is a believer in working hard and smart. He currently lives in Budapest as he continues his five-year vacation funded by his online businesses.
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- "Riding the Amazon River," "Other Venues and Markets," "Promotion," and "Resources."
This book presents the latest research on national brand and private label marketing - a collection of original, rigorous and highly relevant contributions Â of the 2017 International Conference on National Brand & Private Label MarketingÂ in Barcelona. It covers a wide range of topics from fields as varied as retailing, marketing, general business, psychology, economics and statistics. Further, the conference addressed diverse areas of application, including: purchase-decision models, premium private labels, decisions involved in introducing new products, M-commerce, private label adoption, assortment decisions, private label pricing, brand equity and collaborative relationships.