Adding support for non-Locally participating Brands with Locally Supported catalogs

With Locally, a retailer's inventory will automatically display for any Locally partner brand that they are listed as an authorized dealer that offers catalog support. To see these brands, load https://www.locally.com/brand-partners and note the "Product Support" column. These brands provide Locally their product content directly and on a regular basis. If a brand isn't participating with Locally, Locally is unable to source that brand's product catalog, and therefore we are unable to display those products as in-stock at your store. 

Retailers that are utilizing our Core Package or 'Shop In Shop' Store Pages can help source catalog content for non-Locally brands for inclusion as a "Locally Supported" catalog. A Locally Supported catalog is managed by Locally, and certain retailers are authorized to show those products.

What does Locally need to build a Locally Supported catalog?

Provide Locally with the brand's order form. This is the original document provided by the brand that includes UPC, MSRP, Product Name, Color/Size, and Style. 

My website has an ecommerce product feed. Can you accept this?

No. Locally requires the brand's order form as the original document.

Is there a cost to showing Locally Support catalogs?

Locally Supported catalogs are $10/mo per retailer per catalog. Retailers that utilize Core Package or Shop In Shop receive ten supported catalogs included in their subscription. 

If I assist in sourcing a product catalog for Locally, can other retailers show those products?

Yes. Locally Supported catalogs are non-exclusive to any retailer, as we are only displaying the brand's product content. This crowd-sourced approach allows Locally to provide maximum catalog coverage for all retailers.

How does Locally handle pricing?

Locally lists the MSRP of the brand, provided on the brand's order form. In Q3 2019, Locally will support "retailer prices," which means that retailers will be able to contribute an additional column in their Locally inventory feed to override Locally's price for a product with their in-store selling price.

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