keep calm with worldwidebrands.comJust a quick note to let you know what we added to the Worldwide Brands Directory of Certified Wholesalers for the month of February 2017 for our members!

We added suppliers, that together, offer a total SKU count of over 13,000 SKUS!

The newly added suppliers offer:
Wholesale Bathroom Furniture
Wholesale Blankets
Wholesale Novelty Gifts
Wholesale Nature Inspired Decor
Wholesale Hand Puppets
Wholesale Misting Fans
Wholesale Teaching Materials
Wholesale Weight Loss Teas
Wholesale Hair Dresser Supplies
Wholesale Dreadlock Care Products
Wholesale Stand Up Paddle Boards
Wholesale Art
Wholesale Jewelry
Wholesale Cell Phone Cases
Wholesale Women’s Dresses
Wholesale Child Safety Products
Wholesale Patio Furniture
Wholesale Pet Accessories
Wholesale Baby High Heel Shoes
Wholesale Diversion Safes
Wholesale Chicken Coops
Wholesale Tennis Supplies
Wholesale Tabletop Kilns
Wholesale Facial Brushes
Wholesale Adult Toys
Wholesale Mattress Support Systems
Wholesale Drink Hip Holsters
Wholesale Steam Showers
Wholesale TENS Units
…and more!

Our members at, can setup notifications when we add new suppliers to categories that interest you. So take a look in your My Account area to set those up and then every time you login, you can see the newly added suppliers assigned to that category on the right side of the Directory.

If you are not a member yet, check us out today!


By Tisha Hedges

Director of Operations for Worldwide Brands, Inc

4 thoughts on “February 2017 – Wholesale Suppliers Added”
  1. I am noticing that when a company says they don’t do Amazon sales that it is usually because Amazon has an exclusive with them. I say this because when I see that note I check for it on Amazon and sure enough, their products are on Amazon with ships from and sold by

  2. Correct! That is one of the reasons we tag the suppliers as such and the other reason is that they are either selling there themselves or they simply don’t allow sales on that platform.

  3. On some drop shipper’s websites they have info on their affiliate programs. They give 10% of the sale to the seller. Some allow ebay sales but you can’t make a profit because ebay and PayPal take 12.9% of selling price. So who would sell their products using ebay? Do they give better terms to affiliates coming to them from Worldwide Brands?

  4. Affiliate programs are to send people back to the other companies website. You do not want an affiliate relationship if you are selling on eBay. You would want a dealer relationship. Affiliates place links on their websites to send that traffic to another site and you get credit for any sales that occur. So affiliate programs are not intended to sell on eBay, it’s to advertise for that other company. So you can ignore the affiliate programs and contact the supplier for a WHOLESALE account.

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