How to Start Your Own Candle Making Business

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Candle Business Business Overview:

If you’re looking for a great moneymaking opportunity, doing what you love, consider the candle business. Maybe you’ve thought of selling homemade candles but didn’t know where to begin. If you are interested in the candle making business, there is plenty of money to be made if you know what you’re doing. All you need are some supplies, a computer to keep track of orders, inventory and finances and, most importantly, a love of candles. You can really jumpstart your profit margin by trying your hand in the soy candle business. Soy wax is healthier than regular wax and therefore soy wax candles can be sold at higher prices. A soy candle making business may be the way to go if you want to tap into the lucrative health market. Before you get started, look into creating a candle making business plan to ensure you have everything in order. You don’t want to burn yourself spending time and money in the wrong places. Another way to increase your business is the online candle business. The Internet is a fantastic way to sell any product and candles are no exception.

A Day in the Life of a candle business owner:

This article brought to you by Business Ideas! If you enjoyed this article, make sure to subscribe to the Business Ideas Newsletter to get ideas sent straight to your email inbox.A typical day for a candle business owner will start with a quick inventory. If any orders have come in, you can get started making those candles. If you need to buy more supplies, make a list of what items you need. If you do your supply shopping online, take care of your supply list by ordering these items on the Internet. If you buy your supplies locally, take a spin through other candle shops to check out the competition. Then you might check recently made candles to see if they are ready to go out. If so, package them for shipping and send them on their way.

The Good:

  • Candle making is simple once you get the hang of it.
  • Supplies are inexpensive.
  • Demand is high so return on investment is also high.
  • Selling on the Internet makes turning a profit quick and easy.

The Bad:

  • If you don’t already know how to make candles, learning this skill will take some trial and error practice.
  • In warmer climates, extra care needs to be taken when shipping products to avoid heat damage.

Resources:

Start This Business Today:

To start a candle making business today, we recommend you buy Stop Burning Time and Money in Your Candle Business. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about how to market and sell your products (both traditionally and online), how to stay organized and keep current on the latest fragrance trends. Finally, you’ll learn how to competitively price yourself among the competition. For more information or to purchase this about this HIGHLY RECOMMENDED book, click here.




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