Make a kid’s big day your business!
From modest festivities that parents typically shell out $200400 for, to $100,000 first-birthday bashes as reported in the New York Times, the twenty-first century is rapidly becoming the gilded age of children’s birthday parties. Planning these events has become a profession in itself. The children’s birthday party business is boomingand it offers an ideal entrée for those hoping to start a home-based business with low financial risk. This book shows you how.
Combining straightforward language with a host of essential organizing tips, useful checklists, and easy-to-follow worksheets, Amy Jean Peters takes you through every aspect of setting up and running a thriving home-based children’s birthday party business. Whether you’re just starting to explore your options for a home-based business or are used to being your own boss, this guide helps you channel your creativity and shows you how to get your business off the ground. You’ll be the one parents turn to!
Part-Time and Full-Time Options
How to Create a Work Space at Home
The Nuts and Bolts of Establishing a New Business
Preparations for Your First Party
The Basics of Record-keeping