Next Big Brand May Find a Home at HSN & QVC

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QVC US and HSN are once again seeking entrepreneurs who may have the next big brand or product with The Big Find international product search.  

The Big Find, now in its third year, enables chosen entrepreneurs to share their stories with the QVC and HSN audience. The application process is facilitated directly on RangeMe, marking the second year the ECRM company is supporting the event.  

"The Big Find is an essential piece of our product discovery efforts at QVC and HSN, as we continue our never-ending search for new brands and innovative products for our customers," said Mary Campbell, chief merchandising officer, Qurate Retail Group, and chief commerce officer, QVC US. "For our third annual search, we are pleased to be working with the RangeMe team again this year to ensure we are reaching a diverse group of entrepreneurs worldwide with the hottest new ideas."

Submissions to The Big Find are open through June 8. Brands and entrepreneurs across nine categories —apparel, jewelry, accessories, footwear, beauty, home décor, home innovations, electronics, and culinary including food — are welcome to submit applications.

Select entrepreneurs and brands will be invited to pitch their products virtually to a panel of QVC and HSN judges in August.

This is also published on RIS News. 

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