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Starting a second business

I have a great primary business but it is very seasonal so I need to find something to do in the off season. I love being a business owner and all the freedom of that comes with owning your own business. I have been looking for a business that fits well with the current workload of my other business so I can work all year round and have enough income for a comfortable life. This blog has some tips on starting a second business when you already run a business, including tips on time management and managing multiple cashflow streams.

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How to Improve Your Packaging Materials to Create a Good Unboxing Experience

The art of unboxing videos was born with the millennials, and the internet has become home to channels with millions upon millions of followers that do just that—unbox. Given how much potential customers love watching them, many companies have already figured out how to take advantage of the unboxing trend. By making improvements to your packaging materials, you can create an experience that astonishes the millions of viewers watching these videos enough to drive them to buy.

First impressions matter, and the same goes for your products meeting their new owner. At the same time, the delivery is also the final interaction your company has with the customer, so leaving them with nothing but a good impression is essential. A satisfied customer will always come back for more, but how can you fit the requirements of this unboxing phenomenon?

Brand it

The first thing that you notice when a box gets delivered to you is the box itself. That's why you have to make it clear as day that your company made the product. Branding the box allows you to choose an eye-catching design, and it gives you the chance to build up your brand recognition. But don't overdo it; simple designs seem to be the most preferred these days. A unique design can also garner you an extra audience because impressed customers will be happy to share the premium-looking packaging with their friends online.

Choose what it's made of carefully                             

The look of the box is one thing, but the build of it is another thing you should be careful with. Not only does a premium packaging material protect your products while inside the box, but it also gives you the chance to stand out and impress your customers once again. Sometimes it's best to leave the bubble wrap for a fancier alternative that can be efficiently designed, like cardboard or paper. Of course, you should keep the fragility of the product in mind too.

Think about product placement

After you've impressed the customer with the look and feel of your box, it's time to fully immerse them in the unboxing experience by carefully and mindfully placing every product inside. A sleek arrangement that balances eye-catching design with mechanics that make it easy to open and close seems to make customers even more enthralled. And, when a customer is excited by the unboxing experience, they're more likely to share it with new potential customers on their social media.

To learn more, contact a resource that supplies packaging materials.