How to Become a Toshiba Dealer

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How to Become a Toshiba Dealer
You can submit most of your dealer information to Toshiba via the Internet. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

Toshiba produces consumer and professional electronics in the United States and abroad. If you have an electronics store, or plan to open a store in the future, you must carry top electronics brands to entice customers. Toshiba offers a "Partner Program" where you can purchase its products wholesale and sell them in your store for retail prices.

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    Navigate to the Toshiba Dealer Recruitment Brochure and let the PDF file load on your computer. You will need Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher to view the PDF, or the most up-to-date browser of your choice.

  2. 2

    Read the Dealer Recruitment Brochure in its entirety. The brochure contains information about the benefits of becoming a Toshiba dealer and the challenges that dealers face. The brochure also contains information about some of the necessary items you must have to be a Toshiba dealer. For example, you must have an established electronics business and business license to carry Toshiba products. Toshiba has these requirements to protect their brand and prevent losses to their company.

  3. 3

    Navigate to the Toshiba Preferred Partner page and review the requirements for partnering with Toshiba. As of 2011, you must have a line of credit with Toshiba that equals at least £13,000, pay an application fee of £487, schedule an inspection of your business, sign a service agreement and take a course on Toshiba service.

  4. 4

    Contact Toshiba to obtain the application to become a licensed Toshiba Dealer. You can click the "Apply Now" link on the Preferred Partner page or call Toshiba at 1-800-TOSHIBA. Toshiba will e-mail an application to you or send one by regular mail if you prefer.

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