Hullo all, I've been working with the Prince's Trust, in order to find a way to bring some product ideas of mine to market. Essentially it's a range of well designed, colourful desk accessories - with an eye to beautify everything one would find in an office! Now an issue I have with just setting up a 'site and selling retail and then selling to businesses is that the orders have to be rather large (from China), by virtue of the MOQ requirements. So far from the PT the message I've got is I really need to get large orders in place, or at least scout out the possibility before ordering said items. I had a meeting today and was nudged towards offering my items as promotional pieces for businesses - now, my prices aren't the cheapest, neither are they meant to be competitive on that level, but IMO there's nothing as 'nice' looking on the market as it stands. I suppose the essence of my question is whether there's room in promotional goods for items which aren't super cheap, but which are designed with a theme in mind and to be genuinely attractive rather than simply functional? Any replies will be prized, thanks!