First of all you should know your products and your potential customers. Make sure that your product is something they actually want. Decide on its price and keep it economical otherwise people will not be ready to spend their money for an unknown product.
Find some place to display your product. There must be lot of stores where you can sell them. However, you will have to negotiate the terms as these suppliers will definitely be expecting some share in the profit.
Advertise your product and tell your customers why they should buy it. Design a campaign to lock their attention and entice them to spend a few bucks on your product. There are several ways of publicity as you can use fliers, banners, hoardings, posters etc.
Hire a sales team and send them in the field for door-to-door publicity. You may need to provide them the brochures full of information about your products. Moreover, give your sales team proper reward to keep them motivated. Meanwhile, offer some special discounts to your customers and you will see that this trick yielding favourable results.
The recent boom in online shopping has made things easy for the beginner as now you can advertise and sell your product without spending much. Send your target customers promotional mails and offer them free home delivery.
If you are dispatching the samples of your product through courier than make sure they deliver it on time and without any damage. Remember, you won’t have second chance to make amends so be super cautious.
Stay connected with your customers. Ask them for suggestions and complaints and give them an impression that you value their feedback.
Engage a lawyer and insurance agent to keep yourself safe from any litigation and losses.