A little lesson about a bag... ( or how to create sustainable and scalable profit)

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  • Or the 5th option might be to not at all focus on the shop but the shopper. The shop is likely to be fickle and seek alternative advice at some stage. Instead, educate the shopper to not overfill her bag by purchasing items which perhaps she might not need - at that time or at all. She saves money, she has an uninterrupted journey home (no mishaps with bags that are too fill) and will likely return again for further advice on a her next shopping trip which is likely to be larger in scale (she knos how to deal with small scale expeditions) thus generating a much larger fee for the next advice - and, since we all know how women like to shop, she is most likely to tell all her friends who might consult you too!

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