Wednesday, 24 March 2010

what's being a phoenix trader all about then?

well, firstly its about a wonderful range of greetings cards, gift wrap, tags, postcards and other stationery items, all sourced and printed entirely in the uk, a few samples of the newest cards in the range can be seen above, the entire range can be viewed by clicking here. once at the website you can also read about the company's history, (founded over 10 years ago by a group of mums in a kitchen) and their ethics.
secondly its about value for money. all products are available only from independent traders, (click here to order or find out how to become a trader) who sell directly to their customers, no middleman, no retail premises, no horrendous mark-ups, just superb products reasonably priced and excellent customer service.
and thirdly its about teamwork. all traders are part of a huge support network, they are a friendly bunch, all helping each other whenever possible through upline contacts and a lively forum.
the range has new product introductions 5 times a year, in january, march, may, august (christmas range) and october, so there is always something fresh and new to see and buy. above is the front page of the current new product supplement, which is actually 6 pages long, and currently being distributed to all existing customers. to request a copy of the full brochure, which includes this supplement please contact: joy.shallcross@btinternet.com (cut and paste). along with the brochure you will receive a sample card, so you can see the superb quality for yourself, an order form, although you can also order by email or direct from the website, and a pink self addressed (but not stamped) envelope should you prefer to order by post.


so there you have it, phoenix trading. a wonderful idea, a superb product, a huge team of traders and a great business opportunity. what more could you want?

2 comments:

RosyTint said...

I went to a Craft and Gift Fair last weekend and there was a Phoenix Trader there with a beautiful array of cards etc. I have to say; they look so much better in reality than they do in the catalogue.

joyknitt said...

you are so right, rachael, they are lovely, the catalogue doesn't do them justice, but it is a useful selling tool