Jesse from Subscription School defines 6 essential terms relating to procurement for subscription boxes.
60 Second Sesh: 6 Words You Need to Know for Subscription Box Procurement – Transcript
Hi everyone! This is Jesse and welcome to Subscription Schools next 60 second sesh. Today, we’ll be defining a few key terms related to procurement.
Procurement: Procurement is the process of sourcing, purchasing, and receiving products that go inside your subscription box.
CRM: Customer Relationship Management tool. A CRM is kind of like an electronic rolodex with extra features, like email scheduling, tags, folders, and other tools.
Niche: A small specific market for products and services.
Value Proposition: The value proposition is the reason why people have subscribed to your box. This is the promise your products and procurement must fulfill.
Positioning: Positioning is angle in which you approach vendors who work with you on your subscription box. This includes how you pitch yourself to vendors, ie. a sample model vs. a purchasing model.
Purchase Order: Purchase Order or PO is essentially a sales contract. This delineates the order, the shipments information, pricing, and any other stipulations behind the partnership.
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I remember seeing an Excel file of an example for procurement, once vendors reach out. It had a table of the vendor, prices and more. Are you able to send it to me? Thanks for your time in advance.
That’s over on our Resources page!