Re: Namaste from India


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Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on September 10, 2002 at 13:49:01:

In reply to: Re: Namaste from India posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on September 10, 2002 at 13:20:26:

Questions ...
What social class of women are mostly likely to want henna for their
wedding?
What social class is least likely to want hena for their wedding?
What ethnic class are mostly likely to want henna?
What ethnic class is least likely to want henna?
What percentage of the wedding budget is spent on henna?
What What percentage of the wedding budget would be considered
excessive to spend on henna?
What is the most difficult situation to work in?
What is the easiest situation to work in?
How do you get new clients?
What makes a client choose someone other than you?
What would make a client cancel the job?
What sort of client is very difficult to please?
What sort of client makes the most demands on the workers?
What other events require a team of henna artists?
What events require just one or two henna artists?
How do you work with people who have very little time or are impatient?
Who prefers more traditional work?
Who wants very modern work?
What changes do you see in henna next year?
Where do the changes and trends in new styles come from?
How do you negotiate price?
What "impossible" things have you been asked to do?
What is an "easy" job for you?
What sort of client are you always happy to see?
What sort of client do you dread?
What sort of patterns do upper class people want?
What sort of patterns do "modern" women want?
Do pattern requests vary by social group, or are they very individual?
What sort of medical treatment do you recommend for people who have a
bad reaction to your product?
What do you do if the client is unhappy with the work?
How do you deal with an artist who does a bad job?
Has anyone ever threatened a lawsuit for a bad job?

(OK, I'm staying away from the PPD questions, becauuseI KNOW they do
that and I've SEEN the medical reports of scarring on one of their
brides, but don't bring that one up unless you think you can do so
without losing the whole interview.)

 


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