Would you like to make money selling soap? If so, this is the book for you!
In Bubbles to Bucks, veteran soap maker and author Elin Criswell carefully explores what it takes to become a business soap maker. She gives you a realistic view of the process so you will have more of an understanding of what it takes to succeed. She will show you step by step how to set up your business then give you tips to market your products and be successful at sales. But she doesn't stop there as she also includes testimonies from successful soap makers around the country who all agreed that it is worth it and there is money to be made selling soap. Bubbles can be turned into bucks!
What Others Are Saying About Bubbles to Bucks
"Starting a business is exhilarating, terrifying, and fun yet often seems as though you're working with a blindfold on. Did you ever want a road map for your soap business? If so, this book is for you!"
---Anne-Marie "Soap Queen" Faiola, CEO, Bramble Berry Inc.
"This is THE book to read for anyone who is considering starting a soap business. Elin covers traditional business topics but what really made this book extraordinary for me were the chapters, "Harmonize Your Business" and "Is It Worth It?" Important food for thought before beginning your business journey."
---Amanda Griffin, www.LovinSoap.com, www.LovinSoapProject.org
"Very informative, concise and a "must have" resource for any soapmaker who has ever considered selling their products. I highly recommend reading this book no matter whether you're a beginning or seasoned soapmaker."
---Sandi Garrett Little, Harmony Bath & Body
Details: 174 pages, Paper Back
Size: 5-1/2" X 8-1/2"
"Thank you for your prompt response. Bramble Berry has the best customer service of any company I know of. Pass the word!" -Rene
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