New Social Selling Company Brings Opportunity in a Struggling Economy

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Social Selling doesn’t have to be restricted to the traditional home parties, leaving more room for growth, bigger shows and bigger sales. Announcing the launch of Chaumé, the latest company to hit the home party scene http://www.mychaume.com. With three unique collections of stylish tote bags, interchangeable accessories and fashion lunch coolers, Chaumé is bringing the typical home party business into a new era. Women now can build their own business by joining Chaumé as an Independent Stylist through selling product at home shows or “trunk shows”, which take place at a venue such as a restaurant, winery, coffee shop, etc.

Chaumé’s business opportunity is attractive anywhere from the woman looking for a little extra income to the business woman looking to take on a new career. The focus of the Chaumé products is on quality and sophisticated style.

“It’s really a win win for both businesses. In this economy, restaurants are welcoming the additional customers and the Stylists can get more bang for their buck with less nights out of the house away from their families with more sales.” Says Co-Founder Mollie Thiry. “We’ve been able to work out some deals with many local restaurants and wine bars in order to make it an affordable experience for the guests attending while bringing new clients to the local businesses”.

It expands the typical home show with five to ten guests to inviting colleagues, friends, and acquaintances to join in the shopping experience. For those women who still love entertaining in their homes, the option is available. Otherwise, there’s an alternative for women to host a show outside their home and still earn some great rewards and free product.

Chaumé is a social selling company started in 2011, based out of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Chaumé was developed as a high quality tote bag company with an opportunity for women to build businesses through home and trunk shows.

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