How to Start a Home Party Business

Home parties are becoming more popular as the employment rate declines rapidly every quarter. There are plenty of at-home business opportunities for adults who have been affected by the lack of employment in the job market industry. However, finding the one that suits your wants, needs, and budget can be a bit tricky. Here are some tips in getting started with home parties.

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Pick one you are passionate about.

Do you like to cook? The PamperedChef offers high quality kitchen tools and cookware. They also teach quick and easy food preparation, simple recipes, and they provide techniques for your entertaining needs.

Do you like to create things for gifts or cards? Stampin’ Up allows you to share your creativity by offering decorative rubber stamp sets, stamping techniques, and an array of designs to personalize your cards.

Do you like your home to smell nice? Scentsy offers wickless candles, ceramic warmers, and other fragrance products.

Do you like health and beauty products? Mary Kay Cosmetics and Avon offer a variety of make-up and skin care products for both men and women. Are you fashionable? Diva Purse provides trendy handbags and purses.

Be careful of scams.

If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. Be wary of opputrtunities that offer no startup costs. As with any business you have startup costs which provide a small sample of the company’s products, order forms, catalogs, and other items which necessary to run a good business. A good home party business usually has startup costs ranging between $100 – $300. Also look for companies who are willing to buy back your inventory should something happen that you can no longer run your business.

You make what you put into it.

You can make anywhere from $200 per month to over $100, 00 per year. It can pay for that family vacation or the cable bill or it can help put a nice down payment on that beautiful home you have been keeping your eye on. Home parties can be a hobby, a part time job, or a full time career opportunity. How much time and money you put into your business affects how successful will be in your business.

Choose a company that belongs to DSA (Direct Sellers Association).

You, as an independent seller, cannot join the DSA. However, you belong to a company that does belong, you may be able to enjoy some of the benefits that the company receives from DSA such as marketing techniques and health insurance.

With a little research, planning, and budgeting, you can be independent and successful with home parties.