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Expert Tips for Building a Business as a Newcomer in NYC - Daniel Meredith

In summary, the conversation offers tips for building a business in a new place. Suggestions include advertising through flyers and newspapers, networking with people in the community, and utilizing social media. It is also recommended to carry catalogs and wear branded clothing to spark conversations with potential customers.
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Hi everyone! I am a male consultant living in New York City. I have only lived here a few months and dont know many people. Does anyone have any quick tips for building a business in places where you are a stranger?

Daniel Meredith
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Advertise!!!Try to advertise by making flyers, post flyers every place you can find a bulletin board. I would also definately try to put an ad in the newspaper (might be a little costly in NY), but it would be beneficial to try. If you have a Dr. in the City, I would ask to leave some catalogs in his/her office. I'm sure other people will respond to your post, and may have even better ideas than me, just keep checking. Everyone is great on this site.

Good Luck,
Debbie :)
 
Thats something i really need to do is advertise i average about 2 shows a month and i have been in NV for 3 months but what i did to get my 1st show what i did was I talked to a lady in my church and asked her to host a show for me and she did and that is where i started
 
Take the PC catalogues with you everywhere you go. You never know what kind of conversations you can start with people in the checkout line at wal-mart just by having a catalogue with you. Where a PC shirt with the logo on it or a PC button while you are out or running errands.
 


Hi Daniel, welcome to the Big Apple! Building a business in a new place can be challenging, but it's definitely doable. My top tip would be to network, network, network! Attend local events, join community groups, and don't be afraid to introduce yourself to people. You never know who might be interested in hosting a party or becoming a customer. Also, take advantage of social media to connect with people in your area. Best of luck to you!
 

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1. What is the process for relocating my Pampered Chef business?

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2. Will I have to start over with my business in the new location?

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3. Can I relocate my business to any location?

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5. Will there be any additional costs associated with relocating my business?

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