I contacted every single wholesaler in New York, and nobody would take it, but with Lib Dib any winery that wants distribution in states that we cover can have it.
A 200 case Oregon winery can have distribution in New York, and they can set it up within an hour.” For now, Lib Dib is only licensed as a distributor in California and New York, but the plan is to expand and cover all 50 states.
The time is ripe for a web-based three-tier alcohol distribution platform, not just because the technology is available, but because of the market trends.
“There’s a new niche in the market, that people want unique items, small production, craft, and traditional wholesalers don’t make money on it, so it’s a perfect opportunity to provide this service for people and allow them to ship direct,” says Durzy.
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Since then he's researched and written newspaper and magazine stories on city government, court cases, business, real estate and finance, the uses of new technologies and film history.
Sherman has worked for more than a decade as a newspaper reporter, and his magazine articles have been published in "Newsweek," "Air & Space," "Backpacker" and "Boys' Life." Sherman is also the author of three film reference books, with a fourth currently under way.
For example, there are roughly 300,000 distributors in the United States that produce a combined .2 trillion in annual revenue.
Despite this large number of participants, the fragmented and competitive nature of the industry allows for plenty of profitable new entrants.