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    A. Quinn

    As someone who works as a relationship manager for a processing facility we obtain a lot of requests for white labeled products. For those of you who offer this service what has been your experience in this avenue? Has it been a success or added more work? I have heard both sides of this story and wanted to take it to this audience and get your feedback on pros and cons.

    Tim LeGrand

    Wow, someone missed the point of the question…
    We have done white label in our other business – Vape Liquid.

    It does add more work as far as setting up a label in your system. many places charge a fee to set up this. We used customer submitted artwork then build a label for their brand. If you have someone that is good at making labels, it will not take much time at all.

    All in all, not a lot of extra work. Just label set up time. But makes for longer lasting customers in many cases.

    Your mileage may very, but we had pretty good results doing it for our customers.

    A. Quinn

    Thanks for the response. I did not get the opportunity to see the other response and maybe am lucky I did not. 🙂
    Thanks for that answer. I do think the options for white and private label are good business relationships and add loyalty to your offerings. Thanks for sharing!

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