Gain Financial Independence With A Purse Party Business With The Help Of An Entrepreneur

A new type of home business to gain popularity in recent years is known as a purse home business. They are ideal because they provide you with a substantial income, yet still give you time to spend with your family or friends. Here are a few of the basics to having your first purse party.

To put it in it’s simplest form, a purse party is simply a group of women, friends, or social acquaintances gathered together in one place while purses and fashion accessories are laid out for purchase. Think of the Tupperware parties of the 90’s. The purses are brought by the purse consultant (you), and is either hosted by the same person or hosted by a friend.

Most of the wares available at a purse party will be purses similar to designer purses, but with a more reasonable price. Care should be taken to not try to pass off normal purses as designer ones, as this is illegal.

As designer purses are in high demand, they are also subject to counterfeit quite often, so if you’re invited to a purse party advertising designer purses, be absolutely sure that they are not stolen or fake before purchasing.

With this in mind, remember that a knock off of a designer purse is in fact 100% legal. As long as it doesn’t have the logo or the designer’s signature, and it’s not claiming to be something it’s not, it is OK to sell. A lot of companies actually make it their business to use the exact same design as a more popular purse manufacturer.

If you choose to sell these imitations rather than the legitimate versions (which is much more economically feasible for many), simply make it clear that these purses were inspired by or a tribute to the original designer. And always, always, make sure you deal with a reputable seller when buying your wholesale purses.

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About Shante Benson

I'll be 31 in August. I started in business young selling womens clothing at 17 while helping all of my friends start business as well. I built my first web site when I was 18 and it was alright for a beginner but I kept at it and got better. Then my friends started asking me to build their sites, and then they started referring people to me, so naturally I turned it into a business. I started a web development company that went very well for about 7 years. Then I decided to focus on fashion and helping other women earn money at the same time. A friend and I were living in New Jersey and all of our friends kept asking us to bring them handbags from NY, I was not thrilled when I saw what type of bags they wanted (knock offs). So I decided to start educating people about how its not right to buy these bags because in the end you are stealing from a company who worked very hard to build a name. Then I decided to start Purse Party Package to fulfill the need of women to make money and look good without compromising their integrity, or wearing a horribly made noticeable knock off handbag. I grew up bi-costal, born in NY and live in CA. I'm a self taught Web Designer, I love all types of music accept metal and only some tech-no, my favorite music is gospel and r&b. My favorite TV shows are Drop Dead Diva, Touched By An Angel, Star Track and anything like it. I don't have any children yet but I'm hopeful for a husband soon. I enjoy traveling the world. Asia is my favorite vacation destination so far. I hope to be able to bring peoples dreams to reality by giving them the blue print to a successful home business that they can use to bring peace of mind and financial growth to their lives.
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