Thursday 28 July 2011

Trader's Advice On Selling Your Stall.

          We should say up front that our trader is disgruntled. He has been trying to sell a stall that he admits is not performing but he is frustrated by management’s refusal to allow expansion of his product range and therefore give prospective buyers a reasonable degree of flexibility going forward.
            His advice? Before you advise management of your intention to sell, add products to you range that will give you (and your prospective buyer) a better chance of success. Obviously you don’t go overboard and break market rules but the more variety you have in your range, the better it is. According to this trader, management is likely to photograph your stall to establish the formal product range for a new lease. Forewarned is forearmed.