I've heard it said that you should design your market space just as you would in a store or boutique. To me, I think simplicity is the way to go in a market setting. My plan this year is to have one unwrapped bar of each scent displayed up front, and baskets with the packaged bars grouped together in the background, or maybe on another table. Confession - Is it bad that it bugs me to see people rummaging through my soap bars and not loving each one like I do? I know....that's not normal, right? :)
Anyway...one of my goals this year is getting out of my comfort zone and bumping up my sales skills. Getting the browsers engaged is not my strong suit , but that needs to change. I'm curious about my vendor friends out there - what works for you and gets your customers not only looking but buying? Everyone always says the fragrance draws them in and they oh and aah, but what's your secret for closing the sale?
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