Start & Run a Gift Basket Business

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ISBN: 978-1-55180-503-0

Number of pages: 200

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Learn how to start and operate a gift basket business from a North American leader.

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  • Create unique gifts for a variety of occasions
  • Work from home or seasonally — and profit
  • Develop effective marketing tools
  • Learn the step-by-step basics of running your own business

With little more than some working space and a few basket-making items, an ambitious and creative person can cash in on the gift basket boom. The potential for unearthing new markets and finding motivated clients is unlimited in this easy-to-run small business. Topics covered include:

  • Researching the existing market
  • Finding a suitable work space
  • Pricing the gift baskets
  • Creating theme and seasonal baskets
  • Dealing with wholesalers
  • Finding clients
  • Advertising and promotion

Additional Info

Additional Info

Publication Date May 15, 2005
Market Global
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Edition Third Edition
Pages 200
Size 8¼ x 9¾
ISBN 978-1-55180-503-0
UPC 069635805039
About the CD The CD works with all versions of Microsoft Windows: 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, and Vista (Vista installation requires you to have Administrator rights on your computer).

Author Details

Author Details - Mardi Foster-Walker

Mardi Foster-Walker owns and operates Foster Walker Enterprises Inc. in Vancouver, Toronto, and Seattle, a successful gift packaging business specializing in the corporate and cruise-ship markets.

Previously, she developed live cooking shows in the United States and Canada featuring regional cuisines. She is an active member of several business and tourism-oriented organizations as well as charitable groups.

Mardi is co-author of Start & Run an Event Planning Business, also from Self-Counsel Press.


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