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No Time? No Problem

You're never too busy to private label.

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This story appears in the July 1999 issue of Business Start-Ups magazine.

Like most people these days, 32-year-old Jerilyn Winstead of St.Louis is very busy. In her case, it's because she has threesmall children. Whether it's because of your job, family orschool, you, too, probably think you're too busy to do anythingwith your ideas.

Big mistake. True, you might not have time to manufacture andmarket a on your own, but almost everyone can spare enoughtime to sell a product on a private-label basis, which means yousupply a product to another company that then sells it under itsown name. For instance, many products are made by independentmanufacturers who sell the product to Sears on a private-labelbasis.

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