Do you think selling chocolate bars with customised wrappers is a great business idea? I’m not convinced, but over 200 people have signed up for a My Little Wrapper business.
My Little Wrapper is brought to you by Sue Botterill, founder of MyMag and Raring2Go franchise opportunities. Together with husband Nigel, who spearheads theBestOf website business op, I suspect Sue does know what she’s doing in the way of business, whatever my doubts.
Anyway, this month Sue has over-ordered the chocolate for My Little Wrapper. Not a big problem? Well, it is if you have over ordered by a factor of 10 due to a fax error. So, if you can get the money over to them by the end of Monday 29thth September, you can get a My Little Wrapper business for les than half price:
Mini Business Pack WAS £1,999 with 1 box of chocolate NOW £800 (plus VAT & P&P)
INCLUDING 4 boxes of chocolate (that’s 400 bars worth over £140!) that’s a saving of over £1,200
Professional Pack WAS £2,749 with 4 box of chocolates NOW £1,400 (plus VAT & P&P)
INCLUDING 8 boxes of chocolate (that’s 800 bars worth almost £300!) a saving of over £1,400
You can get the full details about My Little Wrapper on the website www.getmylittlewrapper.co.uk.
To take advantage of this ‘one off’ offer call Steve or Thom on 0121 765 3400 and tell them that you’d like to take advantage of Sue’s Incredible Chocolate Coated Deal. They’ll be able to take a card payment over the phone and get the Pack shipped to you straight-away. If you prefer, you can buy online here. And if selling chcolate bars doesn’t appeal, read about lots of other flexible home business ideas at Family Friendly Working.
If you run a baby and child business, you will know already that your customers move on as their kids grow up. The Office for National Statistics has issued figures showing for the first time that there are more pensioners than children. If you are looking to ensure your business keeps on growing, you may want to take this into account. One business that has adapted well to the challenges of an aging population is IdentifyMe. Started by Nadine Lewis in 2005, the business originally focused on kids emergency ID, a product which still plays a role in the business today. Lewis has diversified the business in the last few years, with a strong focus on the niche of fashionable, glamourous and high quality medical identification jewellery. She says, “Diversifying our products to reach different population groups has enabled the business to grow more than if we had just stuck to kids’ ID.” Think about whether you could do this with your business too.
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