A mitumba bale of school bags comes with different types of bags, with varying sizes and colors, giving your clients a wide variety to choose from. Parents don’t want to make mistakes of buying bags that are larger than what their kids need. They also prefer durable school bags.
As a business person, you will also need to advice your clients about the best choice. For instance, the more spacious the bag is, the more the parent will struggle to fill the space. This results in a heavier bag that harms the kid.
Parents with kids in lower grades are looking for smaller bags, since their children have little stuff to carry, maybe 2 books and a lunchbox. If you are targeting such a population, you can get a bale with many small bags.
You can also exchange the larger pieces with a business owner who sells to persons looking for a larger size.
Something else people will be looking for is the number of pockets. No matter the grade, children love bags with a more pockets to keep all their things in order – pencils, books, erasers and other little things.
This is not only a consideration for children, but also adults looking for a nice school bag. They will be interested in a main compartment that can hold their books or mini laptop, and a number of small pockets for smaller necessities.
As a prudent business person, it’s your duty to explain to your clients how convenient the bag brings to them. Show them which pocket can serve as a water bottle pocket. Demonstrate how the main compartment can hold their books or laptop. Show them the padded sleeve.
A mitumba bale of premium school bags contains about 60 to 70 pieces at a price of Ksh 28,000. That’s on average a buying price of Ksh 400 per piece, which you can comfortably sell at between Ksh 700 to Ksh 900.