|BROKERS||STRATEGIC PARTNERS||VENDORS||FRANCHISE PARTNERS|
|Get discounts on products|
|Financial capital required|
|Earn commission on sales made|
|Need an office location|
|Need technical background|
|Have a technical team|
|Pre-purchase Concept Nova's product|
|Meet Concept Nova's MOQ|
|Have business registration documents|
|Free market materials and support|
|Gets media marketing assistance and features|
|Free office branding|
|Access to the company's branded material (for distribution)|
|Free technical and product training|
A Broker is someone who has the right contacts for our products and is interested in making additional income. A broker bridges technological gaps and solves operational issues of individuals and companies through introducing the use of Concept Nova's IT solutions. These individuals earn a level 2 commission compensation (highest com. level) on sales made through them.
A Strategic Partner is essentially an entrepreneur who is into marketing, sales or services but may or may not operate from a particular office location. Such partner is expected to take advantage of his or her existing client base to advertise and potentially sell Concept Nova's Solutions. These individuals earn a level 1 commission compensation (lowest com. level) on sales made through them.
A Concept Nova Vendor is basically a retail shop targeted at providing direct sales and services to consumers. They do not have to pre-purchase and keep our products in stock; however, when there is a sale to be made, they buy and sell our products to their clients. They also may or may not be responsible for the implementation/ installations. They are highly dependent on our Franchise Partners or the Concept Nova's Head office for technical support.
A Concept Nova Franchise Partner is a party who has been given the license to operate as a branch of Concept Nova in a particular area, with the required skilled manpower and access to replicate the same kind of service Concept Nova offers. Furthermore, a franchise partner get to set his/her own pricing on the product purchased based on what is believed to be optimal for their establishment, and convenient to their market.