Although there are a great number of very detailed Worldwide Brands reviews online, this one is going to be different – I'm going to compare Worldwide Brands directly with Salehoo, it's main and closest competitor.
Worldwide Brands is the oldest and largest directory of certified wholesalers, drop shippers and manufacturers in the world – with more than 8,000 suppliers listed and from them around 16 million products to buy at wholesale prices as of 2018. It was founded in 1999 by an eBay power seller called Chris Malta and continues to operate today, with a membership fee of $299. For this fee you get access to the whole of the directory, as well as a market research tool, support and the popular members forums.
Salehoo is very similar – it's a directory of about the same number of certified wholesalers and drop shippers, and comes with similar extras as well, but there are two key differences: the price of membership and the number of products.
Salehoo has only 2.5 million products that are available to buy from it's suppliers – that's significantly fewer than Worldwide brands. Moreover, the price of membership to Salehoo is $67 per year – but this is a recurring annual fee (unlike Worldwide Brands which has a one off fee). So, although it starts off cheaper, after about four years Salehoo is more expensive than membership to Worldwide Brands.