Party Plan – the Mechanics of the Business
In this article I am going to discuss how to actually go about running a Party-Plan business. I have already written other articles with suggestions on what to offer if you are running your own Party-Plan business, however, knowing what to sell and knowing how to go about selling it are two different things. But first, let’s look at why you might choose to run a Party-Plan business over any other kind of business. Continue reading
Party Plan – Candles, Soaps, Handcremes
You can make your own products if you like. Candles, soaps and home-made hand-cremes do well. Using all naturalingredients you can develop your own range of items. A range of all-natural beauty products would do well with certain groups of women – usually those who are interested in all things eco-friendly. You could also produce your own range of eco-friendly cleaning products that you made yourself. This would do very well at a Party.
If you have time to produce a range of stock in readiness for your parties, and if you have a place to store them, you will do really well. Well enough to hire the help of one or more people to come and help you make some more in readiness for another lot of parties.
Making candles is messy work though. It will turn your kitchen into chaos, but if you love what you do, it’s worth it.More ideas coming in the next article……
Party Plan – Linen Parties
Perhaps you could try this: you could also sell your own range of linen. If you enjoy sewing you could make up a kit of beautifully made sheets, pillow cases, doona covers, bedspreads and valances, and either sell them via party-plan or once again, advertise to the higher income bracket households that you have a personalised linen making service that will design and create bedding with matching towels and curtains especially for their home.
Think of some unique way to present your linen too. I remember going to a linen party once where there was something very unique about the way that the linen could be used. If my memory serves me correctly, the doona covers were reversible so that they had a different pattern inside than they did on the outside. Plus, you could use what might otherwise be the side that you sleep under as the topside too, so all in all there were four ways to use the doona cover. I remember thinking at the time what a great idea it was. If you know how to sew then you can get started on something like this yourself and be selling them in no time.
More great ideas coming up in the next article…….