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Ask Holger 020

Welcome to ask Holger, brought to you by The Digital Salesman

  1. Ofentse Hi There, My name is Ofentse and I am the lead buyer for a new online liquor store, we currently manage ten different eCommerce stores in various niches and we recently noticed an opportunity in the liquor niche. We have just launched and we are looking for suppliers who are interested in working together on a drop ship basis. Based on the market research that we have done my team and I are confident that our marketing techniques will make this new venture our most successful yet. We are not looking for payment terms, we are just looking to build a solid business relationship. Can you tell me how we go about setting up a meeting to discuss a partnership?

  2. Mark is looking for Metaxa Brandy in South Africa?

  3. Johan is looking for Buchu Brandy

  4. Willie Du Plessis is looking for Lvivske 1715 Lvivske is a Ukrainian beer which traces its roots to a monastic beer of 1715. It is produced by Carlsberg. How to import beer into South Africa:

  5. Charles Am interested in the pocket scotch hip flasks. What are they made of and where can one get similar packaging. I will tell you what I think… You can’t make anything from miniatures, and often you lose a sale of a 500ml or 750ml bottle to one of your own mini’s. But a 200ml “innovation”, depending on the price - would add value to the bottom line as well as to an alternative that doesn’t take away from your own sales.

  6. Tommy from Pmb is looking for an interesting cordial for making gin cocktails. Look at: Fentimans House Of Broughton Cucumber Syrup Fentimans House Of Broughton Elderflower Syrup Fentimans House Of Broughton Ginger Syrup Fentimans House Of Broughton Raspberry Syrup Fentimans House Of Broughton Rose Syrup 500ml

  7. Ravesh Moonshine: what alcohol base is it? is it a liqueur? Moonshine is best described as unaged whiskey Whiskey has to be aged for 3 years in oak barrels before you can call it whiskey No rules for moonshine! Traditionally Moonshine was illegally distilled homemade whisky, usually with a very high alcohol content. But today moonshine is a trendy new “category” of unaged spirits and liqueurs – “Party in a bottle!” or as someone in US describes it: Moonshine is Bourbon’s Hotter, Wilder, Younger Sister!

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