What is an MOQ and why do manufacturers have them?
A minimum order quantity (or MOQ) is the lowest amount that a manufacturer is able to make of a certain product.
The manufacturer generally sets their MOQ based on how many of a production run they need to make in order for it to be viable for them.
MOQs can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer – and there is always a way to negotiate them, as you’ll discover in this episode.
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