Printing & Decorating Directly on Perfume Bottles
Once you begin to produce 50,000 to 100,000 bottles of perfume at a time, you'll want to look into direct printing printing directly on your bottles. A variety of techniques for this exist including silk screen printing (inks) and hot foil stamping (metalic foils: gold, silver and other colors.)
- Saga Decor (France)
Specializes in printing on glass. Frosting, screen printing, sleeving.
- Freeport Screen & Stamping, Inc.
Printing and Screening on all sizes of bottles, tubes, jars, glass, displays, caps, cosmetics compacts, brushes, paperboards, coated boards, large display panels and chemical modular straws. Hot stamping and silk screening, one color or multi-color. Re-work on filled products, ink and foil decoration.
- Pauway Corp.
Pad Printing - allows highly defined imprints to be transferred onto shaped surfaces, including recessed and special contours. A transfer pad picks up the image from a cliche plate, and it is then imprinted onto the part. Pad printing provides superior high volume output, when consistent quality is of the utmost concern. Silk Screening - brings clarity and efficiency ... in-house silk screen making capabilities gives the Customer immediate response to those always Hot Jobs that need that quick turnaround. Our restricted screens are able to print inside a flange or a box cover as close as .500 from the restriction. We can offer screens up to 48" X 48" ... all of our inks conform to Mil-Std-130. Two component expoxies is our standard for tough powder coated surfaces. No matter what your substrate is from Plastic, Metal or Wood adhesion should not be a problem. Custom color matching is also available. Laser Marking & Engraving - YAG and CO2 lasers in our decorating department ... offers marking and engraving services on almost all Metals, Plastics, Ceramics, Composites, Wood, etc, as well as Coated, Painted or Bare Surfaces. Laser marking or engraving is a computer-driven, environmentally friendly alternative to silk screening, pad printing, stamping, mechanical engraving, chemical etching, and many other costly, lower quality processes. Our high-speed non contact process provides superior quality, permanence and design flexibility. Laser marking can achieve accuracy in small detail engraving unmatched by any other engraving method. From ten to ten thousand, precision computer control means that your last production piece will look as good as the first! Laser Engraving - Laser engraving uses laser light to ablate away material leaving a tactile depression in the surface engraved. This process is used when the material being engraved does not lend itself to the laser marking process, or when the item being engraved needs the added depth provided by a deep engraving. Laser engraving allows materials to be engraved that are difficult or impossible to engrave by other means. Laser Marking - Laser marking uses laser light to discolor material leaving little or no tactile feel in the surface marked.
Steffen Arctander's Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin was first published in 1960 and is the classic, authoritative reference for natural products used in perfumes, scents, flavorings, foods, and medicine throughout the world. Part One defines and describes processing methods used to extract or refine the products into usable form; Part Two includes more than 500 monographs on the natural raw materials used to produce perfumes, flavorings, etc. Appendices include a classification of important materials by their scent, and worldwide production figures for major products. Fully indexed, the book also includes 62 pages of photographs, making this the standard reference work on natural materials for perfumers and flavor chemists. The preface contains practical descriptions of available materials, their origin, production and processing methods, appearance, odor and flavor type with brief notes on their main constituents, replacements and common adulterants.
Perfume is famous for the markup it can achieve, even for a middle market fragrance. While "everybody knows" that perfume costs next to nothing to make (not completely true) the making of it is often considered an esoteric secret. "Creating Your Own Perfume With A 1700 Percent Markup!" details how a 3-person company with no experience created their own fragrance in response to a marketing opportunity that was too good to pass up. The book explains exactly what was done to create a fragrance for that opportunity but it is far more than a history of the author's project. "Creating Your Own Perfume With A 1700 Percent Markup!" lays out every step in the process of creating your own perfume, either as a do-it-yourself project – and without the benefit of automated equipment some compromises and workarounds are required – or full bore professional production under your supervision. Either way you will be producing a quality fragrance at a remarkably low cost. Do you have a marketing opportunity that would be wildly profitable if only you could obtain your fragrance at a ridiculously low cost? "Creating Your Own Perfume With A 1700 Percent Markup!" is the guide you need to do it.
A really great name, a special name that is just right for a particular perfume or perfume marketer (or entrepreneur with money to invest!) can be worth a ton of money. But few individuals with great ideas ever manage to cash in on those brilliant ideas. Instead they wait while others "discover" their idea, acquire legal rights to it and make all the money while they are left out in the cold without a penny having been earned for what was once THEIR idea.
If you are struggling to name your perfume and are looking for a name that will have real value, "Naming Your Perfume And Protecting Your Name" will help you weed out low value names and point you to names that have better marketing value plus the potential to become valuable assets in themselves.
If you have a great name you want to protect but no fragrance, "Naming Your Perfume And Protecting Your Name" will guide you through the simple steps you must take to acquire a legal right to that name before someone else grabs it! Best of all, "Naming Your Perfume And Protecting Your Name" shows you how to gain strong legal protection for your name without a lawyer and without spending more than pocket change.
Never had an idea for a product name? Never thought much about perfume? "Naming Your Perfume And Protecting Your Name" may stimulate your interest in a whole new game that, when played well, can make you lots of money without your having to leave the comfort of your home office.
You can build a perfume business of your own using this business plan as a guide. By following its detailed strategy you learn to identify motivated groups of potential perfume buyers. Members of these groups are near the tipping point of desire for a new perfume. You don't know these people and they don't know you but you know a marketer they trust, one who does not currently sell perfume and might never think of selling perfume were it not for your approach. Here is where you step in with a professional plan, promotion, and perfume to take advantage of this ripe opportunity for mutual profit. Before your first promotion has peaked, you will already be developing a relationship with your next marketing partner. Following this plan, you will gain more and more profit with each new marketing partnership.
Now when you make your own perfume you can make it fully "commercial" meaning you will be creating a product ready for regular, continuous sales to friends, relatives, and the public! If the fragrance you've made has already won praise, why not share it with others? Some might pay you for it and want it for their web stores or retail boutiques! Creating your own perfume from dropper bottles: Methods, mechanics, and mathematics guides you through steps that can turn your hobby project into a perfume business. Discover how close you are now and how little more you must do to take what you made with essential oils and dropper bottles into a business of your own! For an introduction to this book, watch this video.
When you name a perfume you create a valuable asset – the name itself. To sell your perfume you want the most effective name possible. But a good name can have value beyond the edge it gives your sales. In naming your fragrance you are creating a trademark and a trademark can have value independent of the product. The value of that trademark can vary. Much depends on how well, in naming your perfume, you follow the trademark "rules." How To Create A More Valuable Name For Your Perfume first helps you develop a name that will be effective in selling your perfume. It then prods you to make use of certain techniques that can turn a good name into a great trademark, strong and valuable. If you have questions about how to protect a name, How To Create A More Valuable Name For Your Perfume will answer many such as:
- Can you protect your name yourself or do you need a lawyer?
- Can you register a trademark without a lawyer?
- What does it cost to register a trademark?
- How do I enforce the rights I have established?
How To Create A More Valuable Name For Your Perfume covers both state, federal, and international protection.
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