The more attractive
your package the more inviting it is to the customer.
Save Time & Money
Depending on your
quantity and method of packaging, by doing a little research, you can increase your profits and save time.
different methods of packaging can increase the bottom line.
Things to think about . . .
Cost of materials.
deciding which types of packaging you are going
to use, you will need to calculate the cost per
bar for each type of packaging. One might want
to look at purchasing a color label printer to
help with those short runs and types of soap
when you are not sure of the marketability of a
new product. You don't want to purchase 5,000
labels or boxes for a product that hasn't proven
it's self in the market.
Amount of time
and cost involved.
deciding on your packaging method, you will need
to determine how much time is involved in
applying it to your product. Boxing your product
might prove to be quicker, but the cost of the
boxes still might make your end cost higher. You
will need to experiment with the different
methods to see what fits your product and client
Marketing, who is
your client base.
Determining your client base will help you
decide which type of packaging to use. If your
selling your products in Beverly Hills, you
might want to look at well designed boxes as
apposed to a paper sleeve. The boxes will cost
you more, but will attract the higher end
client. If you are selling to local craft shops,
then shrink wrap and a nice color label will
probably do fine and will still look attractive
and cost you a little less per bar.
How do you package your finished soap product cost
effectively and efficiently?
Some might think packaging isn't important because it's extra
cost, extra work and will be discarded when the consumer uses
Let's look at the marketing side of the packaging......
A well presented product line will attract the consumer and
Attractive packaging will cause retailers to
want to purchase your line and display your products in a more
visible area of the store.
Packaging can portray a since of
quality in a product.
There are numerous ways to package your finished product and
there is probably not one right way. You must first decide on
which method will work best for your product line and factor in
the cost of materials and time.
Here are some solutions that you
might consider . . .
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