How do companies end up with excess inventory?     Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
How does it happen?• We all know that excess inventory is a bad  thing.• But how does it always work out that most  busine...
How does it happen?• There can be a lot of reasons.• Your customer might order the stock and then decide  they don’t want ...
Excess inventory: a good asset?• It doesn’t matter about the reason, you now  need to work out how to sell it.• Your worki...
How to clear it• Closed door sales work well. Just invite your top  customers to the sale, don’t do it during normal busin...
Clear and professional formatting• A professionally designed email template and  product listing can work wonders!• Nobody...
We’ve been doing this for ages• We have been buying and selling liquidation  stock for over 20 years from our Sydney offic...
Here’s how we work• It’s a three step process              Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
Step 1• You tell us the details of your inventory  through our website            http://www.coorey.com              Conta...
Step 2• We discreetly survey the market and give you a report on what we think the products will sell for             Cont...
Step 3• We make an offer to buy your stock            Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
We’re a trusted partner• We always adhere to your selling and  distribution guidelines• We always pay you promptly as per ...
Contact us to sell       your liquidation stockJohn Coorey, Managing Director, Coorey & Co         http://www.coorey.com  ...
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Excess inventory - how do companies end up with it?

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Companies have always tried to avoid excess inventory but somehow always get stuck with it! Here's why it normally happens and how you can avoid excess inventory.

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Excess inventory - how do companies end up with it?

  1. 1. How do companies end up with excess inventory? Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  2. 2. How does it happen?• We all know that excess inventory is a bad thing.• But how does it always work out that most businesses have excess inventory? Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  3. 3. How does it happen?• There can be a lot of reasons.• Your customer might order the stock and then decide they don’t want it• You might forecast a huge sale and your sales team lets you down!• Maybe your marketing was not as effective as you thought it would be…. Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  4. 4. Excess inventory: a good asset?• It doesn’t matter about the reason, you now need to work out how to sell it.• Your working capital is tied up and you are probably not across other ways to grow your business because you are too worried about the excess stock. Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  5. 5. How to clear it• Closed door sales work well. Just invite your top customers to the sale, don’t do it during normal business hours!• Host-beneficiary relationships work well. You team up with another business and sell the stock directly to their clients.• You need to consider what business comes before, during or after your service! Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  6. 6. Clear and professional formatting• A professionally designed email template and product listing can work wonders!• Nobody will buy your stock if the listing is not accurate and not appealing to buyers Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  7. 7. We’ve been doing this for ages• We have been buying and selling liquidation stock for over 20 years from our Sydney office• We know exactly how to get the highest price for your liquidation stock Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  8. 8. Here’s how we work• It’s a three step process Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  9. 9. Step 1• You tell us the details of your inventory through our website http://www.coorey.com Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  10. 10. Step 2• We discreetly survey the market and give you a report on what we think the products will sell for Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  11. 11. Step 3• We make an offer to buy your stock Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  12. 12. We’re a trusted partner• We always adhere to your selling and distribution guidelines• We always pay you promptly as per the agreed payment terms• We protect your reputation in the market Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  13. 13. Contact us to sell your liquidation stockJohn Coorey, Managing Director, Coorey & Co http://www.coorey.com Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
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