CostumeBox launches party services directory

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By Published On: November 28, 20220 Comments

CostumeBox has launched PartyList. This new service directory hosts over 800 businesses to help people connect with party planning service providers.

While other ecommerce retailers are expanding into omnichannel strategies to try boost sales as customers move back out to bricks and mortar stores, CostumeBox has met customer demand by providing a party planning service directory. As people come together to party once again, CostumeBox has launched the PartyList to make party planning simple online.

CostumeBox is an online costume, accessories, and party supplies retailer. Founded in 2007, CostumeBox now features over 20,000 products. Earlier this year, CostumeBox launched Encore, a resale marketplace for CostumeBox costumes. Its latest expansion is a directory of party service providers, simplifying the party planning process for customers and widening reach for retailers. The PartyList blurb sums up its purpose, “from Party Hire to Party Entertainment, find all the party services you need, all in one place.” Customers can browse through businesses by location or service. General categories include party hire, party entertainment, catering services, décor and prop hire, food trucks and mobile bars, cakes, party packages, face painters, and more. Customers can also sort by more niche services such as popcorn machine hire, MC services, and slushie machine hire. Other search filters include theme or brand.

The comprehensive directory provides details on the business including email and call buttons alongside descriptions of what they offer and their locations, with the goal to simplify the process of finding exactly what your party needs.

“With our database of over 7 million customers, PartyList provides an invaluable opportunity for businesses to generate greater engagement and increase their audience reach,” said Nikki Yeaman, co-founder of CostumeBox.

Businesses can register to be included in the directory on the CostumeBox website by paying a monthly fee, ranging from $49 to $119.

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About the Author: Rosalea Catterson

Rosalea is the Editor of Power Retail. With a keen interest in consumer behaviour and tech, she covers everything ecommerce and hosts the Power Retail Power Talks Podcast.

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