If you are a creative person then making and selling greeting cards is a
great way to start a business. It also makes a useful part-time business
that can be run from home and started with a limited amount of capital, and
can be done by the young or semi-retired. It can also be an excellent way
for artists and crafts people to increase their income by selling cards
alongside their main product.
Greetings often provide designers with the
chance to truly stretch their creative wings through personal expression.
The follow-up to 1,000 Greetings, 1,000 More Greetings highlights a diverse
cross section of current trends in graphic design.
This manual brings alive the spirit of enterprising leaving you at the edge
of your executive chairs. Packed with Designs and Design skills its a read
that should not go a miss.... As the author I believe this manual has missed
nothing in the “how to” greeting card industry. “its food for thought with
everything from exiting gaps in the market (in fact over ten) to real life
business tools which can be photocopied and used all of which are copyright
free. In this manual you’ll discover step by step how to create your own
greeting card enterprise, but with all the hard work done for you, you’ll
find nothing like this on the shelf today...
This comprehensive handbook guides readers
step-by-step through the licensing and publishing industry. It contains a
wealth of ideas and practical examples of how to increase income through
licensing reproduction rights to manufacturers and publishers of greeting
cards, posters, calendars, and more.
Are your greeting card sales at a standstill? Do
you want to move your sales beyond the local store to stores across the
country? Have you thought about working with sales reps but have no idea
where to begin? This is the book you've been waiting for. Finally,
everything the small greeting card manufacturer needs to know about finding,
recruiting and retaining a winning sales force can be found in this
Undertaking the design of a business card,
never easy although often regarded as simple, presents quite a challenge for
the designer charged with infusing said card with the identity, reputation
and character of the person & company being represented. The well-designed,
eye-catching business card can be the difference between the rolodex and the
dust bin in an opportunity to further a blossoming network connection or
close a deal.