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September 29, 2007

Comments

Ringo

Wish I had all this very sensible and helpful advice when starting out. Well done Ais for getting it all down so succinctly. :]

jacqui

I notice that most cardmakers do not include verses inside their cards, is there a reason for this or is it just to cut down on time? I have put verses on mine some which I downloaded free from sites am I breaking amy laws?

Melanie Cooper

I am starting a greeting card company, and will be marketing and selling the cards myself. I am writing the text, and doing the layout, but have hired a great illustrator to create the artwork. I think my preference is to sell the cards wholesale, beginning with local shops and then expanding. However, when it comes to pricing I feel I am completely in the dark. Where can I go to get information on fair wholesale pricing?

Office Screens

I'm thinking on going into this kind of business. I will remember those tips from you!

Angela Deasy

Just finished reading parts 1 and 2 of Setting Up a Greeting Card Company and found the information very helpful.
I am interested in taking my card-making hobby to the next level and the tips on getting your work noticed and, of course, bought, are very instructive. I appreciate that there are a lot of things that can work against you, but I am willing to take a chance.
I have a friend who set up a wedding stationery business and couldn't make it work because of all the 'Bridezillas' out there who took what was a great job and made it a nightmare, so I am aware that it is not all sunshine and roses. Thanks for the great info.
Now onto parts 3 and 4.

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