QVC Sprouts Program
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For more than 25 years, QVC has been devoted to supporting promising inventors and cultivating new ideas. This year, QVC is extending its commitment to an even greater level with the creation of the QVC Sprouts program. The goal of QVC Sprouts is to discover products, both large and small, that have one wondering, “How did I ever live without this?” Submissions are currently being accepted by visiting QVC.com and using the search term “QVC Sprouts.”
QVC Sprouts was created as a response to QVC’s tremendous growth. Over the years, QVC’s bar for success has consistently risen and is now at a level that may be unattainable for some new vendors. However, QVC Sprouts will offer inventors and entrepreneurs aid, assistance and accessibility to help them grow and nurture their products with less of an overall risk.
The program includes five stages, beginning with an initial review of new products and ending with the sale of a select number of products on QVC.com. Ultimately, some products may move on to make an on-air debut. QVC customers play an important role in the program by voting on the products that they find to be the most promising.
Go to http://www.qvcsprouts.com/qvcnext/ to learn about the program.
QVC sprouts program gives inventors a much better chance to get onto the channel. Consider having some videos on youtube about your product and how it works and some satisfied users to post on your materials with QVC so they can see how the product works. QVC is an excellent opportunity for inventors to get on the channel and generate some quick sales.
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