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How to Become a 7UP Distributor in Nigeria: What You Need To Know

How to Become a 7UP Distributor in Nigeria: What You Need To Know

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Nigerian Wholesaler, what’s your potential annual earnings? Do you know how many Nigerians are currently purchasing 7UP products in Nigeria? This blog post will help you become a distributor for 7UP. You’ll need to contact the Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd., but first read this post to see if it is right for you!

Potential Earnings
There’s a serious lack of people in Nigeria buying 7UP products. This is due to the product being unpopular and being difficult to buy because it’s not stocked in Nigeria’s major supermarkets. We will help you understand why.

By the way, 7UP was founded in Africa way back in 1952. It was first sold in Nigeria in 1957, though it wasn’t until the late 1960s that it became hugely popular in the country. People have always believed that it is a premium brand. People still buy it for its taste and shelf life. However, the popularity of the brand has declined.

Why is it difficult to buy 7UP in Nigeria?

For starters, 7UP is not stocked in the major supermarkets in Nigeria. It’s not stocked in the standard sized supermarket in Lagos. It’s stocked in two smaller supermarkets.

How to become a 7UP distributor in Nigeria
There are two ways of becoming a distributor for 7UP. The first way is by networking; it’s my preferred way. I have managed to build a network of friends in my local area, and even outside it. They like their brand, and they love to drink our products. We don’t drink very much, but we do a little.

With their help, you’ll be able to sell your brand to the market. You’ll need to supply them a small amount of your product every week (maybe 10-20 bottles). Your profits will be good, as you will be producing at a high rate. You might even be able to sell some of your business to your friends!

In my experience, Nigerian Wholesalers spend about N30,000 per month for a 7UP distributorship.

I’m also a distributor for Omo detergent and must use the same pack for everyday use.

What are the benefits of being a distributor for 7UP?
You will get paid to run your business

You will also make money selling 7UP to your consumers.

You will earn about 2 million Naira (N1,000,000.00) per month!

If you are into business and investing or want to work as a consultant, then you should consider this business opportunity for 7UP. After all, everyone loves 7UP!

How to Become a 7UP Distributor in Nigeria:

(1) Contact NBSC

To register as a Distributor, you need to contact the Nigerian Bottling Company Limited at [email protected]

If you are over the age of 18, then you can apply for the registration in Nigeria.

(2) Write a Letter of Interest

As you see, you will need to contact the Nigerian Bottling Company Limited before you can apply.

The Director, COO and the Head of Public Affairs would be the right persons to contact.

The risks involved with becoming a distributor for 7UP
Here are some of the risks involved with becoming a distributor for 7UP:

Buying costs – To buy products, you’ll need to pay the cost of transport to their distribution centres (to be mentioned later)

Shipping costs – To send products, you’ll need to pay for shipping.

Delivery costs – You’ll need to pay for your delivery agent as well as the driver’s fee.

All of these will make you spend more money.

You will have to wait for the customer’s order before you deliver the products to him or her

Work hours are often unpredictable

You might have to work at odd times. Some customers might need the products at odd hours and you might not have a stable work schedule. You might have to work on the weekends too.

The Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd.
Tata and Coca-Cola recently bought their competitors in Nigeria and began operating under a single corporation. The only change is the capitalization of the former name, BAT Nigeria Limited. Their business looks pretty similar, and their primary objective is to create and sell 7UP products to the Nigerian public.

But How Much Do You Need To Become a 7UP Distributor?

7UP in Nigeria sells for N180 for a bottle, and the profit goes towards supplying more products. The earnings will usually depend on the distributors’ ability to deliver on orders quickly and efficiently, while the more products he can buy the more money he will make.

Top Distributors Gain

Here is a list of the top distributors in Nigeria.


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