NEW YORK BABY!
We are very excited to launch our Product Guru special offer – A trip for two to NEW YORK!
Yes, that’s right, the place of the Empire State Building, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and home to the authentic NY style Bagel!
The rate of sign-ups has been incredible since our launch and with a constant stream of suppliers and buyers joining our community we thought we should celebrate with an exciting prize draw.
Product Guru is a product discovery platform, allowing suppliers of products across all FMCG, home, gift and travel categories to showcase their products to retail buyers.
Product Guru has been designed to overcome the challenge to both buyers and suppliers in getting the right products into the right hands at the right time. Arrange samples, meetings, stay in touch through the platform to track the on-going performance of the products to drive a future listing, all we will do is facilitate the introduction.
A buyer from a well-known UK supermarket chain came up with the best description we’ve heard yet: “You’re like Tinder for retail buyers and product suppliers”.
Sign up to Product Guru today for the chance to win a trip for two to New York!
To enter this special prize draw and have a chance of winning a trip to the Big Apple for you and a friend, sign up to Product Guru before the 31st October (Entries will close at midday).
Buyers: Sign up to the site for free and add one or more category review dates before the 31st October to automatically enter our prize draw*.
Suppliers: Sign up to the site for free and add one or more products before the 31st October to automatically enter our prize draw*.
Good luck and welcome to the Product Guru Community!
* Competition terms & conditions are available on request at email@example.com
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