The wholesale industry buys and sells goods to businesses, usually in high volume. Their transactions are commission-based, and they work as agents or brokers between manufacturers and retailers. Wholesalers work from offices or warehouses, and do not have a storefront to display their goods and attract customers.
How do I get into the industry?
Some courses in this industry may include:
- Certificate III in International Freight Forwarding (Operator)
- Certificate III in Retail
- Certificate III in Business to Business Sales
- Certificate IV in Supply Chain Operations
Jobs in this industry
Potential jobs may include:
- purchasing and supply logistic staff
- importers, exporters and wholesalers
- supply, distribution and procurement managers
- business brokers and sales representatives.
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- Grocery, liquor and tobacco product wholesaling105item
- Furniture, floor covering and other goods wholesaling75item
- Agricultural product wholesaling32item
- Textile, clothing and footwear wholesaling22item
- Pharmaceutical and toiletry goods wholesaling35item
- Commission-based wholesaling7item