The target is a uniquely positioned eCommerce Retailer in the Baby & Kids Little Girls Fashion Jewelry segment, selling direct to customers by way of an organically ranked eCommerce storefront. This company moves exceptionally high volume for its niche space, enjoying above average margins year-round – all while realizing an average ticket price of $45 per order. The company does not yet invest in advertising, SEO or social media marketing efforts, making their already successful business driven by organic traffic to their website, even more enticing.
This business has a well-executed offering of over 1,000 SKU variations – all customized products – and they have barely scratched the surface of additional variations and styles. All suppliers are in the United States, allowing the products to be sold with the valuable [Made in America] marketing claim. Yet to tap into Amazon, eBay, Etsy or Pinterest – much less wholesale or affiliate options, this unique retailer offers a rare scale potential in the hands of nearly any buyer in the retail space since they’ve not yet started to focus on channel scale.
With sales driven entirely by its 100% organic eCommerce storefront, this already high-performing retailer is a natural choice for expansion into the Amazon & FBA world, along with segment-leading channels such as Etsy and Pinterest – all maximum ROI investments with huge growth opportunity. Yet to tap direct marketing opportunities, this business also comes complete with over 3,800 opt-in email subscribers, making market share growth a cinch.
This would make an outstanding addition to any existing eCommerce retail portfolio in the fashion jewelry or apparel kids’ space and offers the fast-paced entrepreneur of any skill level an opportunity to step into one of the hottest segments today as a standalone player with real pull and platform scale opportunities available on day one.
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First Seen: Fri, Mar 9th 2018
Last Updated: Wed, Apr 4th 2018