Is the Vintage Business Dying?

Is the Vintage Business Dying?

Yesterday, I was taken off guard by the question, “do you think the vintage business is dying or changing?”  Almost too fast, i answered,  “Changing!”  I thought about it all night. When I woke up I asked myself the question again.  Yes, it’s changing. It’s changed.   BEFORE  As the promoter of a show, you bring in dealers and promote to bring in customers.  That was the job. That was when booth rents were $500+ for a weekend. There was

Competition in the Business of Vintage

Competition in the Business of Vintage

 There is a lot of competition in the vintage industry.No doubt.Any niche market you decide to get involved with will be filled with people who are interested in what you do. If there is any demand, there will be competition. If you are in a niche with NO competition and you are killing it, it won’t be long before it shows up.What does that mean in the Vintage world? This is really simple and important and if you learn nothing else from

Welcome

Welcome

The Business of Vintage is here to present the new world of vintage.   The old way Drive all over the country from show to show   The new way selling online More local markets  More online sales and promotion  BOV is about exploring new techniques to optimize your vintage business.  We’ll discuss social media, websites, video, selling online, buying for resale, customers, selling locally in a shop, mall or vintage market. How we are stronger as a group than