Would you like to start your own greetings card business starting from only $9.99 per month?

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Cardcarte helps you set up your own greetings card business. By providing you with greetings cards designed by artists from around the world, you can start your own business. Selling to friends and family, work colleagues, card retailers, and craft fairs etc. Cardcarte will help you build a steady income.

When you become a member of Cardcarte. you then able to choose the cards you want to sell from the designs available, and new designs will be added daily. After you have made your selection. The order will then be processed, and within a few days you will receive your cards ready to sell.

With up to 500% mark up, you can set your own retail price to maximise profit.

Cardcarte will be launching in March. So if your interested in starting your own greeting card business and would like to find out more please visit, and subscribe to www.cardcarte.com

Cardcarte also welcomes submissions from artists.

Greeting Card Market Size

7 billion greeting cards are purchased every year. Annual retail sales of greeting cards are estimated at more than $7.5 billion (this doesn’t include the gifting industry). Nine out of every ten households buy greeting cards each year with the average household buying 30 individual greeting cards per year and the average person receiving about 20 cards annually. Of course, this is an average figure, and there will be extremes at either end of the scale. However, if you multiply this figure through families and friends it will give you an idea of the size of the greeting card market that you can leverage and grow through your consistent effort over time.

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