We have found that finding “outside the box” ideas work really well for us. For example, we donate to a couple of animal charities in Bali and desired to be part of animal charities here at home besides. We have teamed up with a few charities in Chicago and either donated a percent of our sales at a charity function or paid a flat fee for a table at an adoption feature. Finding what you are fond of, anyway your company, should help drive your ideas in the correct cross promotional path foremost to long run relationships, that’s what our organizations are all about. – Sara Davis and Erika Herrera from Sandpiper Imports, Inc.
Thank you for the counsel. I have an internet jewellery company and it is not at all as easy as just starting one up. I have found with just about all searches I have done during the last few months and many hours. Most say an analogous thing almost about social media. It can be great if there was a forum or website that small company owners can talk about their reviews. I find that many folks hold their connections and tips near their hearts and do not actually need to share.
This is understandable due to competition but at some point we will figure it out with many hours and effort. It is awfully tough market to compete in vogue jewellery, but if it is a dream and fervour it’s going to take perseverance.