Category Archive: The Candy Company

Jul 24

Cost to Client

Every business needs clients. One of the things that determines the success of a company is the cost associated with acquiring that customer. Let’s compare two scenarios… 1) Computer repair firm. 2) Candy sales. For the computer repair firm, you’re a trained technician who decides to travel around to people’s homes to repair their computers. …

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Jan 26

Learn to Sell, a skill you can’t live without.

There is an old saying that a good salesman will never go hungry. In all my years, I’ve come to believe that the ability to “sell” is the one skill everyone should master. Of course, most sales guys have a bad reputation. I don’t know too many used car salesmen, or vacuum cleaner salesmen who …

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Jan 05

Product Testing…and how to Sell.

We went to our first market armed with a wide variety of items ranging from hand painted platters, bath products, knitting and a few kinds of candy. Had we been smarter, we would have attended a few markets beforehand just to observe what sells. Of course, we quickly found out anyway. What we found was …

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Dec 14

Starting Out

There are many ways to start a business, and there are many types of businesses (hobby, sole proprietor, incorporation)… Over time, we’ll explore others, but in keeping with the story so far, lets look at a “hobby” business. Even though I’ve started the other two types first, I actually found I learned a lot more …

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