Taking Unique Amazon Products to Market Profitably with Zack Leonard

  • 1:41 - Adding revenue and cutting costs
  • 2:49 - The first things to look at when cutting costs
  • 4:45 - Finding the pertinent information in order to properly cut costs
  • 6:44 - Gauging and negotiating profit margins with suppliers
  • 8:17 - Creating a relationship with your suppliers that allows for product innovation
  • 9:29 - Methods for figuring out how to innovate products that mesh well with manufacturing costs
  • 11:13 - How to locate someone with a specialty for optimizing the manufacturing process
  • 13:12 - Typical costs and timeframe to be expected when working with an industrial designer
  • 14:16 - $2000 vs $50,000 new product
  • 15:44 - Advice for finding and choosing the right suppliers
  • 19:00 - How to verify a legitimate factory to work with remotely
  • 20:14 - Recommended strategies to verify whether or not your innovation ideas are a good market fit
  • 21:46 - Locating trending items on Etsy and Pinterest
  • 23:16 - Where are common e-commerce businesses getting their foundational setup wrong?
  • 25:44 - Recommended ways to monitor profitability on Amazon
  • 28:20 - Hiring independent contractors that scale their pay with the needs of your business
  • 31:57 - First thing to do to begin successfully monitoring profitability
  • 32:36 - Where to find Zach online

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