Craft Fairs and In person events

Craft Fairs and In person events

Have you ever wondered what it takes to sell products in person at craft fairs and other events? Well, let us tell you the inspiring story of these two boys who worked so hard making custom slime and glitter bottles on the spot. Their dedication and passion for their product paid off, as they even sold out of the small size on day two of our second event. Let's dive into their journey and learn from their experience.

How did they manage to sell out of their product?

One of the key factors that contributed to their success was their ability to connect with customers. They took the time to talk to each person who approached their booth, explaining the unique features and benefits of their custom slime and glitter bottles. By engaging in conversations and answering questions, they built trust and made potential customers feel comfortable purchasing their product.

Did they accept different payment methods?

Absolutely! These young entrepreneurs were not only skilled in making slime and glitter bottles, but they also learned how to process credit transactions. They had a card reader that allowed them to accept credit and debit cards, making it convenient for customers who preferred this payment method. Additionally, they also learned to make change with cash transactions, ensuring that they could accommodate customers who preferred to pay in cash.

What made their slime stand out?

Aside from their excellent customer service skills, the boys' custom slime and glitter bottles was truly unique. They offered a wide variety of colors, textures, and scents, allowing customers to create their own personalized slime. This customization option made their product stand out from the competition and attracted customers who were looking for something special.

What can we learn from their success?

The success of these two boys can teach us valuable lessons about selling products in person at events:

  • Take the time to engage with customers and build relationships.
  • Explain the features and benefits of your product to potential customers.
  • Offer different payment methods to accommodate various preferences.
  • Make your product unique and stand out from the competition.
  • Be passionate and dedicated to your craft.

By following these tips and putting in the effort, you too can achieve success in selling your products at craft fairs and other events. Remember, it's not just about the product itself, but also about the experience you provide to your customers. Good luck on your entrepreneurial journey!

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