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Definition of "party plan" - Business English Dictionary

party plan

noun [U or S]
 
 
MARKETING
a way of selling products by holding a social event in your home, during which you show people products and take orders: The party plan consultant uses existing contacts to organize events at the home of the customer, who in turn invites their friends. The company sells skin-care products by party plan.
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