By Deb Bixler
Some say the party plan business model is dying, that virtual businesses are the wave of the future. But I disagree, this business model is all about the experience!
Keep that in mind and you will realize that this type of business will go on forever.
Think About This Scenario.
Your friend invites you to a home shopping party. You don’t feel like going because you have so many things on your to-do list. But your friend was excited and said she really wanted you to be there, so you go.
You walk in the door, and you’re greeted by your friend and the consultant, although she doesn’t call herself that. Your friend introduces the consultant as her friend, Jenny. Jenny asks if she can take your coat and get you something to drink.
She comes back with your drink and says, “So how was your day?” You talk for a few minutes and then she asks, “How do you know Sue (the hostess)?” You talk a bit more and then some other guests arrive. You think to yourself, wow, she’s nice!
The atmosphere is fun and truthfully not what you expected. You see Mexican munchies, colorful decorations, and someone is even wearing a sombrero.
That’s right; the invitation did say Mexican Fiesta Party! This isn’t one of THOSE old fashioned home shopping parties – this is a FUN night out. Everyone is laughing and chatting, and you are beginning to feel glad you came; this isn’t like the home parties you’ve attended in the past. (more…)
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