L2L – Selling Your Product to A Reseller Speaker: Nicole McLaren June 14, 2022

L2L – Selling Your Product to A Reseller Speaker: Nicole McLaren June 14, 2022

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Description: Selling direct to customers is the go-to for any new business owner who sells a physical product. But did you know that you can also sell your goods to a third-party reseller such as a retail store, distributors, or wholesaler? Nicole McLaren from Raven Reads will share some tips and tricks to preparing for selling to a reseller and how to make sure you set yourself up for success. Learn about wholesale pricing, payment terms and methods, purchase orders, labelling and packaging, and what is expected of you (the business owner) when you enter into an commercial agreement with a reseller.

Speaker: Nicole McLaren

Speaker: Nicole McLaren, BA., BSc.
Founder/CEO, Raven Reads

Nicole McLarenNicole McLaren is a multi-award-winning M tis entrepreneur from British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Her extensive knowledge of industry supply chains and economic development coupled with a passion for supporting fellow Indigenous entrepreneurs allowed her to transform a small book club into Raven Reads, the world’s first Indigenous subscription box.
Through her hard work and ambition, Raven Reads has grown exponentially, with thousands of subscribers across Canada, the US, and Europe. Once a sole proprietor, curating and packaging boxes in her garage, Nicole now manages an elite team and operations out of their Kamloops warehouse and distribution centre.

Nicole is the recipient of Startup Canada’s National Indigenous Business of the Year (2018) and the BC Achievement Foundation’s Indigenous Business of the Year (2020). She was also a finalist in the Small Business BC’s Premier’s People’s Award (2021) and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade’s Business Resilience Regional Export Plan of the Year (2020).

Through the incredible success of Raven Reads, Nicole has invested over $400,000 back into the Indigenous economy, and donated over $2,000 to literacy programs for Indigenous children and youth. She is the Founder and Chair of the Indigenous Women’s Business Network, an organization that she created to provide coaching and mentoring to other Indigenous women business owners.

Nicole holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, and will complete her Masters of Business Administration in 2023 from the University of Illinois’ Gies School of Business. She currently resides in Logan Lake, BC with her husband and two young children.

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