An overview of the home shopping network and the best known channel in the U.S., QVC
Last Published: 10/20/2016
This channel doesn’t fit neatly into the typical digital commerce models, but it needs to be considered on its own merits. The best-known practitioner is QVC, a U.S.-based firm that has expanded to the United Kingdom, China, and other countries. You may be familiar with its U.S. presence, a 24/7 cable TV channel on which hosts showcase and sell an abundance of consumer items. Featured products are competitively selected. To be considered, you need to send a sample to QVC, and the staff members will evaluate  it based on what they think will sell in a particular market. If interested, they will buy   the products from you in sufficient quantities to meet the demand. Being featured on their shows is, of course, a potential product promotion bonanza. Details about QVC’s selection process can be found at QVC.com.
 

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