Written by: Hu Jiaxin
2020-01-24 08:00Last updated: 2020-01-24 08:00
Anti-revision storms continue. The Victoria Park Lunar New Year Fair does not have dry goods stalls this year, which has caused a large number of students to lose business opportunities. The students of the Archbishop College of Hong Kong Island are "frequent visitors" in the Lunar New Year's Eve. This year, they will switch to school sales. They will set up stalls in affiliated primary schools and kindergartens to sell goods. The team admits that this year's New Year's Eve has suffered a lot. In addition to losing the Victoria Park stall, in the current social situation, some mainland manufacturers have refused to accept orders from Hong Kong, making them need to frequently transfer orders from manufacturers. However, they insisted on the production of New Year's Eve products, hoping to maintain the "upscale" 12th-year tradition: "If you want to win the name of Bishop Gao, I will lose my hand!"
Members of the "high-end" Lunar New Year's Eve went to the Archbishop's Kindergarten Department on Tuesday to distribute and sell the goods quickly. (Photo by Liang Pengwei)
Lunar New Year's products turned to domestic sales design mainly based on school elements
The students of the Archbishop's College are regular visitors of the Chinese New Year's Eve, and have been setting up the market for 11 consecutive years. However, this year's New Year's Eve market does not have a dry goods stall, which has caused the student team to quickly change their positions and switch to on-campus sales. Make sure that the business can be stable in the quiet market.
Li Zhuoying, a member of the “High-end” Chinese New Year's Eve Committee, said that domestic sales are for old students, school students, affiliated elementary schools, and kindergarten students. Therefore, this year's design of more school-oriented products, such as card sleeves with English school names printed, Italian school motto "In "Constantia Fortitudo" (fortitude) computer bags and water bottles.
She pointed out that the design deliberately uses the line of the middle school as the icon design, so that the school elements of the product can look low-key and elegant. "I will be too hardsell, outsiders will find it strange, and I will feel resonance when I meet them. "
The students of the Archbishop's College continued their tradition this year by launching Lunar New Year's products, including "Spring Sleep" rats, a series of school-style computer bags, card holders and water bottles. (Photo by Liang Pengwei)
Five-figure school investment has paid off
The year of the rat is approaching, and the team has also launched a cute mouse doll and Li Shi to respond to the festival. On Monday (20th) and Tuesday (21st), they went to the Primary School of the Archbishop and the kindergarten, respectively, and delivered goods to pre-subscribed students. Member Chen Zhaolun pointed out that the school invested five digits this year's New Year's Eve, and has already sold half of the products, which is enough to make money and make money. After the launch of the online platform, I believe that sales can be further increased.
"High-end" Lunar New Year products have attracted many parents to buy on the spot. (Photo by Liang Pengwei)
Mainland manufacturers refuse to accept orders from Hong Kong
This year's New Year's Eve can be described as difficult. The Chairman of the "High-end" New Year's Eve Committee, Pan Junyin, said that under current social conditions, mainland manufacturers have refused to accept orders from Hong Kong, causing them to frequently change orders from manufacturers. It was also unsuccessful, once the team was discouraged and discouraged, but they never thought of giving up, hoping to maintain the "high-end" twelve-year tradition. Li Zhuoying said, "If you want to win the name of Bishop I, you will lose my hand!"
This year's Lunar New Year stalls and production products encountered many setbacks, but the "high-end" still persisted, inheriting the school tradition. (Photo by Liang Pengwei)
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