DollarDays, the Internet’s leading product wholesaler to small businesses and local distributors, today announced the highest one-month sales increase in the company’s history.
DollarDays reports July 2006 revenues increased 96% over July 2005 revenues, setting a new one-month record. In addition, orders increased 80% in July 2006 over July 2005. Over the past year, more than 320,000 new customers have registered on the site.
DollarDays is an online wholesaler that provides more than 30,000 products in small caseloads to help small businesses compete against large retailers and chain stores.
“Small businesses are the core of the American economy, and DollarDays helps these companies succeed,” says Marc Joseph, CEO of DollarDays. “We provide a variety of products at a great value, but we also provide merchandising assistance and overall stellar customer service. We look forward to additional growth as more companies learn about us.”
As a result of its tremendous growth, DollarDays made its debut at No. 158 on Inc. Magazine’s 500 list of fastest-growing private companies.
According to the publishers of Inc., “[T]hese companies are where the action is—they’re leaders with cutting-edge business models whose rapid growth shows that they figured out how to meet the most pressing needs of today’s economy.” In addition, “[D]ata from investment research firm Morningstar shows that only 33 publicly traded U.S. companies show three-year revenue growth higher than the 500th company on this year’s list.”
Earlier this year, […] DollarDays also was named one of 50 second-stage Arizona “Companies to Watch” by the Arizona Small Business Association.