Thinking about starting your own business? Great News! It can be tough to know where to start. When you start a business, any kind of business you need to decide on a Brand Name, LLC, and of course how you are going to do your taxes! This article really highlights some good points.
This blog helps you gain some user insight on how to start your own Pop Up Shop Boutique. They also offer a download PDF to help you in the right direction. These ideas can also be helpful if your just starting out as a Independent Rep Consultant.
Out of 5 these are some of the tips to opening your own pop up shop.
3. Plan the logistics.How will you accept payment, get your products to the space, and setup and run the store? 4. Promote your pop-up.Reach out to local bloggers and reporters. Flyer the streets. Find creative ways to get your name out. 5. Open your store.Celebrate. Throw a opening party. Offer exclusive sales. Create other engaging experiences to consistently bring in new foot traffic throughout the life of the store.
Visiting the Magical Kingdom any time soon? You’ll want to dress accordingly. LuLaRoe allows you just that. Disney inspired apparel that is hard to find.
Most of the chatter in the Facebook groups is dedicated to what shoppers and consultants call unicorns. Unicorns are “rare,” high-demand pieces that are hunted down by dedicated LuLaRoe fans. LuLaRoe recently bumped their run from 2,500 to 5,000 of each print, making them slightly easier to get your hands on — but not by much, when you consider that there are tens of thousands of consultants. The race for consultants to buy prints can be just as stressful as the race for customers to buy them from consultants.
“People enjoy the thrill of the chase,” says Sabrina Craig, a consultant out of Virginia Beach. “Finding Disney-inspired LuLaRoe is definitely a challenge.”
“I love the nostalgia,” Craig says. “You see a print and all you think of is watching that movie as a kid or the songs that you still know by heart. Probably my favorite part is that on the search for the Disney-inspired prints, you meet tons of people who share the same memories.” Her favorite prints include a black and white crocodile print for Peter Pan and brown and burgundy feathers on a navy background for Pocahontas.