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I found exhibitions very useful because, in addition to the brands we all know, they also have small companies that might be willing to offer you a few items at a stretch.
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Also we are an on-line dealer that offers competetive rates for baby and children's clothes and footwear (0 - 16 years). Our goal is to make shopping in our on-line shop an unforgettable event by delivering top class product with first class support and services. We not only do business on-line, we also have a contemporary, eye-catching shop in the centre of Bridlington Town Centre.
Open a second-hand baby shop - it will work!
The opening of a second-hand baby shop - will it work? Dear Ladies, I am a lone mother working part-time at the moment, but would like to pursue the wish to open my own store. I started with the concept of used baby gear. If I were to buy from mothers who want to buy all their used baby gear, but can't be harassed with ebay itineraries, advertisements or selling boots, I would buy from them.
A possibility could be to integrate new items, as there are many who still have the feeling that there is a stigmatisation hanging on second-hand stores. Well, I am living in a relatively small city and no other business like this in the area. I' ve been informed that there are currently 150 women in the city where I am living at the present time... quite a few!
We would appreciate your comments on this concept. I think I'm getting too taken by my ideas and have to be real! Anybody got any businesses like this nearby and is very busy. No. Mother in big, Spanish living and there's a shop there (for adults) that does the same thing and it works and is always occupied, I think it's a great thought to be maybe 150 mummies 2 but there will be doublesanny and grandpa!
All the best for the years to come and I sincerely wish you all the best and that you will make this a great brainstorm! It' s also something I would like to do, my dreams of having a shop and also the ideas of selling baby and children's products. I would say go for it and try it, if you are renting a shop, you might have a brief rental and if it works, prolong it.
Yeah, I think new bit will work, too, I'd buy at your store. Craftsy bit would be a great kids game! It' gonna work out great. There' s a store in our city that does just that. They give you 40% of what they are selling the object for.
Similarly, I had a similar fantasy of opening an on-line baby shop that sells new items, and in recent days I have started my website Nurture Baby Product - Baby Feeding Product - Baby Feed Product - Baby Soothers. When I can do anyone, can another brainchild be to open an Ebay shop?? or to buy small quantities of stuff and have baby shows at my friends'?
There' s a store near me that's my Mecca. On the front of the store is everything expensive, chic design baby & kids clothing, but on the back is a second-hand area, but it's all good - all good brands in near perfection & I buy piles in there!
You also have a playground on the ground to keep the children busy while you shop, and a hairdresser for toddlers in the nook. It' fantastic & I wish there were more such stores! There is a store in our city that does just that. They give you 40% of what they are selling the article for. They make clothing up to 8 years old plus toy, pram, book, etc. etc. etc. etc.
In the old days, we had two stores here that worked like this. Note that one has shut down and the other is now reselling top grade, exclusive toy. That' a great suggestion, I am sick and tired of opening stores here that simply sells really costly children's clothing. Personally, I really enjoy the notion of having a shop floor that could be rented to call a small children's barber, a jeweler with a print, a band, etc. I also enjoy the fact that I have a shop there.
Personally, I really enjoy the notion of renting out part of the shop to a children's barber or school. I will look into launching a website and will put together a booklet to announce the gifts I am marketing. It should give me an impression of what they are interested in before they take the first step.
I think that "Mama who should spoil the products" could also be a good concept for the shop. When I can do anyone, can another brainchild be to open an Ebay shop?? or to buy small quantities of stuff and have baby shows at my friends'? Hello, I'm going to open up an on-line baby shop.
Though I have some experiences with on-line merchandising, I am really new to e-commerce and the sale of things over the intranet. Think it'?s a good concept, but it needs a great deal of research. In many cities business is shutting down, so maybe the net is the right way?
I' m not taking care of eBay myself, but I have sells things on topical fbi sales sites that many folks seem to use nowadays and it's free and quite practical. Personally, I really enjoy the notion of renting out part of the shop to a children's barber or school.
I will look into launching a website and will put together a booklet to announce the gifts I am marketing. It should give me an impression of what they are interested in before they take the first step. I think that "Mama who should spoil the products" could also be a good concept for the shop.
First of all what a great idea I don't think there is a mama who can be employed there who wouldn't have a lake of look! Whether it's going to be a small store stand or following your baby dreams around baby products will be something we always need! There is a good philanthropic shop near me that only sells baby and children's things that are always in use.
Perhaps you are considering selling maternity clothes as well, there seems to be a genuine shortage of maternity material on the main road, it's all online. Here it is! Thing is, you forget, 150 expectant mothers won't keep your store going, if you go as a percentage, it's really nothing to do with the local people.
So if you are living in a city with 10,000 inhabitants, I'm not good at math, but that's not even 1% of your prospective buyers, and you won't always have 150 expectant mothers... and Papa probably never dared to go in, but my oldest brothers and fiancé would be in there at least once a year.
All I' m saying is that I would open the shop a little, but more to get a larger client list. I would probably have a map section or I would make present suggestions, I would be offering present coupons if possible, or maybe some other things that would lure the relatives and friends into this shop rather than just specifically the 150 wives.
Not sure if there's anything like this in other stores that deal with maternity, but I think it's something I would do to get some clients through the doorframe. Really, I just did the math and 150 is just over 1% of 10,000, but of the 150 not all these females come in, it's still not a viable number to keep an open business in my opinion. What is more, I'm not sure if I'm not sure I'm going to be able to get a job.