Children’s resale pricing

Off-Brand Pricing

Since NextGen first built its Children’s Pricing System in 2011, the number of children’s off- brands and no-name brands has increased dramatically.  So much so, that NextGen has had to add a “bottom” brand level and corresponding resale pricing specific to this group.

In 2011, we would never have imagined apparel being offered at such unforgivably low prices.   Despite numerous media accounts of overseas factories employing children in 19-to-20-hour shifts, often for seven days a week, for wages as low as 6 ½ cents/hour to manufacture it, this clothing and footwear continues to find its way onto our sales floors in the U.S. and Canada.

What Women’s & Children’s Resale Franchises know that Independents don’t?

One thing they know is that buying outright can be more profitable than consignment as evidenced by the fact that all support the buy-outright model.  Another thing they know is that smart buying is the key to success as evidenced by the fact that all feature automated buying and pricing apps.

NextGen was founded as an alternative to the franchises.  The cost of its pricing app is a small fraction of what the Franchises charge, owners aren’t locked into a long-term contract, and it supports consignment as well as buy-outright operations, ,   Having escaped the franchise world after decades of bondage, NextGen is committed to helping owners remain free and independent.

Toward this end, in addition to its pricing apps, Nextgen is offering its complementary Women’s and Children’s Buying Guides for free.