With the fast-paced, high pressure professional lifestyles of today, more and more people have limited time to do their personal shopping. Holding down a full-time job, raising children, and maintaining a household doesn’t seem to leave enough hours in the day to get everything done. That’s why many people are now opting for a “service” to do much of their personal shopping for them — everything from buying groceries to planning and purchasing an entire wardrobe.
Within the past decade personal shopping services have emerged as a rapidly growing cottage industry with the potential for highly profitable large-scale operations. It’s a service that appeals to a busy, above average income clientele, as well as to corporate clients. And an enterprising person providing this kind of service can make substantial profits.
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