Update (6/17): I am increasingly astonished by what Bonvera, with Tim Marks’ and others’ leadership, is able to do. Now that they’ve created a solid base for their business based on brand name goods, they’re able to focus on a huge segment of business that is getting pummeled right now: small and medium businesses. They recently rolled out their “Collaborative Commerce” platform which is designed to give small businesses with exceptional products a way to get nationwide exposure, sales, and loyalty better than any other online or offline method. To make it even strong, they’re giving substantial percentages of the revenue to the community of entrepreneurs that makes the whole thing work. I’m really interested to see where they take this!
Original post: For a less-than-a-year-old startup, Bonvera is doing some amazing things. They’ve already secured proprietary deals with companies like P&G, SC Johnson, Kraft, General Mills, As Seen On TV, and many more. Just recently their facility got FDA approved to carry pharmacy products like cough medicine, headache medicine, etc. Every day they are getting better and better. I’m excited for the future because many things are coming – better websites, better shipping deals (beyond Bonvera Advantage), more in house and name brand products, etc.
Check out these two short videos that Bonvera and XO Training put together:
Which video do you like best and why?