No. At this time we are not taking a commission from our Vendors. Each Vendor will receive 100% of their sales along with the sales tax charged for each product.
The cost of rent for each space varies depending on the size and location within our Boutique. Our space availability changes quickly, so it is best to contact the owner, Tiffany, to find out what is available and the cost of the size that is best for you and your products. Tiffany would also be more than happy to meet with you during business hours.
Absolutely not. We value your business and closely guard your privacy.
GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organism. They are commonly plants that have been genetically modified to have certain traits such as drought or chemical resistance. We do not use any GMO ingredients in any of our products. .
Yes. The soap is fully cured before we sell it and itis ready to be used upon receipt. The freshest of soaps will still retain some moisture for several weeks and may feel soft as it continues to harden.
A: Anywhere that allows you to sell products, including flea markets, farmers markets, craft shows, retail shops, etc.
YES. Our soaps can be sold and resold and resold. This is completely up to you. All we ask is that you NOT ever state or imply that you are representing our company and that you not be deceptive in your sales, which is our general rule for all of our resellers
This is completely up to you.
Idea #1) Set up two tables, one with smaller soaps and one with larger soaps. Have a decent selection of each. Sell the smaller ones for "X" (smaller "eye catching") amount and post a larger sign in front of your booth for this amount. You will draw more people. Then, when they come, many people will think, "but it will be a better value to purchase the larger bar" if you have priced your product right. The classic "bait" technique of drawing attention to your product. There are other ways to "bait", this is just a starter... Note: We do NOT recommend giving away product for free as a bait technique (unless you are an experienced sales person who has had success with this). You have to limit your customer audience to those who are willing to pay something or you are wasting your time and resources.
Idea #2) Much simpler technique: simply sell your soaps in sets...for example, 3 for $15 or 5 for $30. We have found that this, in combination with other tools, is the best way to make more on each customer especially at market type stands where customers want to get a "best value" for their money.
Is there something you hand-make and would love the opportunity to sell but don't have the means or time? We are here to help!
Natural Blessings, LLC has affordable spaces available to make your dreams come true!