jewelry. Tuesday , June 13th , 2017 - 20:02:50 PM
There are a number of different ways that you can run a jewelry home party. You can leave it as a tight knit group of friends, encourage purchasing as well as having a jewelry-making session. The best method, however, is an open house format. Consider asking invitees to RSVP so you have an idea of the number of people who might visit. Open houses are relatively short, usually about 3 hours long.
It is obvious that as a jewelry designer, a majority of your target buyers are women. Women love jewelry and women spend hours and hours deciding to buy and eventually buy a piece of jewelry. So how do you go about establishing your jewelry business so that you target your client base? How do you promote your business so as to attract and retain your client base? Here are a few tips which will guide you in establishing your jewelry business, target your client base (which is primarily comprised of women) and even retain your client base for a long time to come:
Call it ignorance or deception, but people out there feel that Heishi shells are the same as Puka shells. Heishi shells are those that are smoothed and ground flat with circular edges. A hole is manually punched for the string to fit in. These shells are polished with leather belts and are available in rainbow colors. On the other hand, Puka shells are only available in white and beige shades. You should beware of sellers selling Heishi and clam shells as Puka shells.
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