International Products Group Announces New Hires After America’s Improving Economy Creates High Demand for Company Services

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Global brands learn of America’s economic recovery and want market access.

Mitch Gould, International Products Group, how do I sell my products in America

Mitch Gould, CEO of International Products Group

It’s common knowledge that when the U.S. economy is growing, purchasing agents at major retailers have more money to spend on new and innovative products.

International Products Group (IPG) has added several new executives to help meet the growing number of foreign brands wanting to sell their products in the United States market. IPG specializes in helping companies launch and market both new and existing products in the world’s largest retail market. IPG’s expertise includes consumer packaged goods, home improvement, lawn and garden, sporting goods, as well as consumer electronics.

News of America’s economic strength, from The State of the Union Address to The Federal Reserve announcing that the economy is expanding “at a solid pace.” has led to a sharp increase in client acquisitions in 2015.

“It’s common knowledge that when the U.S. economy is growing, purchasing agents at major retailers have more money to spend on new and innovative products,” said Mitch Gould, International Products Group CEO. “From Europe, to Asia, to South America, manufacturers understand there is a very profitable window of opportunity for them to sell their products in the United States.”

Included in the IPG recent hires is Irvin Garcia, who will serve as Senior Account Manager. Garcia was born and lived in Central America for many years and has been in the United States for more than 25 years. This gives him a unique understanding of the potential of foreign brands connecting with American consumers. The knowledge is especially useful at a time when the U.S. has seen 800,000 new manufacturing jobs created. Meanwhile China’s economy is slowing, Europe’s economy is barely growing, Japan is in a recession, and Russia is likely to experience one.

“If you’re trying to sell products, then why not do it in a place where people have money to buy?” said Gould. “The American market is their most attractive option and IPG can help them import, distribute and promote their brand with a highly strategic plan, giving them access to hundreds of millions of customers in the world’s largest retail market.”

IPG company executives work closely with brand developers, manufacturers, and retail outlets to ensure a smooth transition from product launch through consumer purchase. For foreign brands, market knowledge is critical when it comes to finding a one-stop solution for things like an existing sales network, logistical support, warehousing, and ongoing relationships with buyers.

“For brands, trying to enter into the largest market in the world can be very intimidating and mistakes are costly,” said Gould. “We have a proven, proprietary system that allows them to increase sales while entering the U.S. market at a fixed cost. At a time when America is ready to buy, we’re proud to increase our staff as well as our commitment to these smart foreign brands.”

International Products Group gives companies worldwide and in the United States with distinctive sales and marketing solutions, enabling their products to enter and be successful in the U.S. market. IPG has close relationships with key buyers across the U.S., providing foreign brands with a fast track to the world’s biggest marketplace. It’s all done in a very cost effective and profitable manner. The company is led by Mitch Gould, who through his career, has overseen close to a billion dollars in retail sales with hundreds of major brands. He has also worked with celebrities including Hulk Hogan, Ronnie Coleman, Wayne Gretzky, and Chuck Liddell.

For more information about International Products Group, visit: http://www.IPGsales.net.

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