This article is not going to be just another Worldwide Brands review – I'm going to talk about WWB in some detail but then compare it to Doba, a leading alternative and another resource for anyone who's looking for reliable drop shippers.
Worldwide Brands is probably the largest directory of wholesalers and drop shippers in the world, at least in terms of the number of products that are on offer. With about 13 million more products listed than it's closest competitor, Salehoo, Worldwide Brands offers a huge amount of choice if you're looking to source goods at trade prices.
Doba is easier to use though – much easier in fact. It's designed to make managing your inventory as easy as possible, and you can use the Doba interface like your own personal fulfilment centre.
There are, however, three key disadvantages to Doba. First of all the cost of membership is very high at between $29 and $249 a month (Worldwide Brands is $249 for lifetime access). Then it only allows you to have goods drop-shipped (there is no option to buy in bulk) and finally you can only have goods drop shipped to customers in the USA – nowhere else in the world.
Overall, Worldwide Brands offers better value for money, but it's not as easy to use and will require more research and stock management work if you do join.