Are you looking for a concise list of things to take to a craft show with you? Here is a list that is broken down into easy to read categories.
Give each one of these items solid consideration for your initial array of marketing materials for your small business.
If you hand out marketing materials at trade shows, networking events or conferences, you know what a pain it is when they’re outdated. And with technology changing at the speed of light, your product or service offerings may be changing pretty quickly too.
Packaging, label and hang tag ideas from the Academy of Handmade.
Business card pins from the Academy of Handmade.
If you plan on selling on a wholesale basis, you will need to develop a catalog. Unlike buyers at retail shows, wholesale buyers expect to be given written information about your products as they won’t be taking any of your products back from the show.
We’ve been told this old chestnut time and time again—if you are selling online, you need great photos of your product. as eyeroll inducing as it is, that old chestnut is correct.
Have you prepared your Facebook page for the holidays? Are you looking for tips on how to use your Facebook page this holiday season?
Renegade Craft Fair is an exciting experience for our makers, but you may be wondering, “Just how much of my work should I bring to sell!?” Some veteran Renegade makers have offered up some advice for you that goes above and beyond what you’ll see in your vendor kit.
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After surviving one holiday season in internet-land, I took a minute to reflect back on the things I learned…and things I wish I knew before the rush started…about the holiday season and owning an online shop.
How can you use your downtime to your advantage? Start planning for the holiday season! We asked the selling community how they beat the seasonal blues. Their top 4 holiday preparedness tips are below — read on!
Right Brain PR is for the creative, artistic and entrepreneurial business that wants to feel understood by the people who are hired to represent them.
The companion worksheet to Eleanor C. Whitney's book Grow: How to Take Your Do It Yourself Project and Passion to the Next Level and Quit Your Job.
The Tradeshow Bootcamp workshops were designed to give stationery manufacturers an open, honest and informative inside look at what goes into preparing for and exhibiting at large tradeshows. Launched in the Spring of 2011, TSBC brings together a powerful group of industry veterans to share first
Business consultant Dave Conrey talks about finding your voice.
Scheduling is the process by which you plan your use of time. By scheduling effectively, you can both reduce stress and maximize your effectiveness. Before you can schedule efficiently, you need an effective scheduling system.
These craft fair tips and craft fair display ideas will help ensure that you have as successful of a show as possible, whether it's your first time or one of hundreds of vending events.
Tips on how to get into craft shows.
Getting your business prepped and ready for craft shows.