New York Wholesale Dress Business Publishes Free Tips on How to Sell Designer Clothing in Nigeria

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Free report published by CloseoutExplosion.com to help Nigerian boutiques make money with wholesale dresses.

New York wholesale dress business, CloseoutExplosion.com, has published free tips to show Nigerian boutique owners how to maximize their clothing sales. With the demand in Nigeria for clothing, including office and social dresses being very high, the opportunity to make money selling items such as dresses is substantial. But just as the demand for dresses from New York is large, so is the competition from retailers looking to resell them.

Donny Lowy, the CEO of CloseoutExplosion.com, has a strong customer base consisting of Nigerian clothing stores. Because his customers order online and visit his wholesale New York dress warehouse, he is able to have first hand experience and knowledge regarding the closeout dress business in Nigeria.

He has turned this knowledge base into a special Wholesale for Nigeria report to help current and potential Nigerian wholesale buyers become successful retailers.

“I realize that the success of my wholesale clothing business is directly correlated to the success of my customers, so if I want to continue to grow my business, I need to ensure that I am working to help my customers increase their sales, and reach a high level of profitability,” said Donny Lowy, who also exports wholesale brand name womens shoes, closeout designer handbags, and overstock corporate suits to other African countries including Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, Botswana, Ghana, and South Africa.

By specializing in overstock and store return dresses from high end American department stores, and by purchasing overstock directly from dress designers, his business is able to offer brand names such as Tahari, Jones New York, BCBG, Calvin Klein, and Adrianna Papell dresses at below wholesale and true closeout prices.

Customers have the option of visiting the Brooklyn wholesale dress warehouse, or ordering online from the wholesale web site. Shipments to Nigeria can be sent freight collect with Express Air Freight or with a shipping agent that the customer prefers. Closeout Explosion Inc has many customers from Nigeria, and can help boutique owners from Lagos to Abuja to Kano, to navigate the ordering and shipping process.

“As an export wholesale closeout business that has customers throughout Africa, I have become familiar with the styles, brands, and demands of African wholesale buyers, while understanding that a boutique selling wholesale corporate suits to a Nigerian banker has a different merchandise requirement than a boutique selling social dresses to nurses in South Africa. There are different demands in terms of styles, sizes, and brands depending on the local market that a Nigerian shop, or for that matter any African store, is selling to,” added Donny Lowy.

While there are many wholesalers located in the New York Garment Center and the LA Fashion District that cater to African buyers, what makes CloseoutExplosion.com uniquely qualified to supply wholesale dresses is that it already has a strong customer base which provides instant feedback on the type of wholesale apparel which they require. In addition, by monitoring Nigerian news, this New York wholesale business is able to stay on top of Nigerian fashion trends and business developments as they take place, which in turn allows for the business to offer suitable wholesale products to its Nigerian customers.

With many repeat customers, and positive testimonials as well, the business is well positioned to continue to serve store owners that are looking for American and European brand names at competitive prices that can give them the potential and opportunity to resell the merchandise at a good profit margin. CloseoutExplosion.com can also source wholesale products for customers, and provide third party online and offline sources for overstock, surplus, and liquidation products and services that can be useful to its domestic and international customer base.

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