Books: How to set up a sc­cess­ful Glam­ing Busi­ness.

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For over a decade, Di Wood has ded­i­cated her life to help­ing oth­ers em­brace the beauty of self-re­liance and nat­u­ral liv­ing. Her busi­ness, Wild Har­vest, has be­come a re­spected mar­ket leader in pro­vid­ing ed­u­ca­tion and re­treats.

It’s no sur­prise then that Wood is also pas­sion­ate about “glamp­ing” – so much so that she is now packing (pun in­tended) all of her ex­pe­ri­ence into a book to help other en­trepreneurs thrive as own­ers of their own prof­itable, fully­booked glamp­ing busi­ness.

“There’s bound­less op­por­tu­ni­ties avail­able in the glamp­ing in­dus­try,” ex­plains the author.

“But, to make a suc­cess of it, own­ers of glamp­sites need to pro­vide of­fer­ings their com­peti­tors don’t. This book will help them gen­er­ate that unique ex­pe­ri­ence for guests, cre­ate enough cu­rios­ity to bring in new guests ev­ery week – and keep them re­turn­ing for years to come!”

Con­tin­u­ing, “It’s a highly prac­ti­cal re­source, walk­ing read­ers through each step in a work­book style. As you can see (left) in the book de­scrip­tion, I even leave them with a wealth of forms that have made my own busi­ness much eas­ier to run.

Ev­ery piece of ad­vice in the book has been tested in the real world, and it’s now avail­able to any­one.

Read­ers are be­ing given a for­mula and blue­print that has been used suc­cess­fully time and time again, tak­ing it be­yond a typ­i­cal guide and into an ac­tual busi­ness sys­tem.”

Early re­views have been ex­tremely pos­i­tive. One reader com­ments, “I’ve been ex­cited to set up my own glamp­ing busi­ness for a while now but put it off wor­ried quite a few things. It was over­whelm­ing and didn’t want to miss any­thing im­por­tant”

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