10 Steps to Follow to Get Your Products Into Stores

——   Created by Sandra Hess

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Are you a crafter or designer? Do you make jewelry, leather goods, soap, greeting cards or other product? This is a must watch video to learn the 10 Steps to Follow to Get Your Product Into Stores. Many people do not know where to begin and are full of questions. There is a lot of information out there - with some contradicting advice. I have been selling greeting cards in stores across the country as a solo entrepreneur. I am now sharing my secrets with you for getting your products into stores! It isn't as hard as you think. Just follow these 10 steps and you will be confidently on your way! 

Here is the class on Flexi-Planner system that I mentioned in the class. It is a 15 minute video on how to set up and use your Flexi-Planner for getting an staying organized. This system is what I use to stay on top of things, focused and organized in my greeting card business! http://skl.sh/2uLIenW

The course project

Snap a picture of your product that you will be selling in stores and upload it here. Tell us a little bit about it! 

You don't have to have it in a store yet - but upload a picture of what product you going to sell! 

Here is a picture of cards in a store that I visited this summer. What started as 3 each of 6 different designs has now grown to this whole rack of my cards.

5 Lessons

Get Products into Stores Intro
Steps 1 & 2, Identify and Contact Target Shops
Step 3, 4, 5 - Meeting Face to Face
Step 6 What To Bring to Meeting
Steps 7 10 Meeting Expectations, Follow Up, Follow Through
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“Your 20 year old daughter MADE that card?” I asked my best friend. The card images and text were stamped and embellished with a well-placed rhinestone. A 3-D feel was created by layered focal points and a beautiful ribbon completed the look. She showed me several more cards that she …

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