Applying to farmers' markets and craft shows is a time for you to 1000% show off your skills and your products to other handmade enthusiasts. Here is what you need to know to get your goods into every market you apply to.
In the Maker’s world, markets, or vending events, are a great way to grow your base of customers and inject some quick cash into your business without the hassle of shipping! Learn about the types of markets and my tricks on finding the best ones!
2017 has been the year of mindset training for me. I've noticed myself falling down the path that I really don't want to be going in, so my book recommendations are rather personal. I know there are so many things that I want to achieve in the coming days, months, and years, so it was imperative that I put myself back into the correct mindset for my goals.
As we approach the New Year, I thought it would be apt of me to remind myself of my favorite planners for handmade businesses, entrepreneurs, makers, and, well anyone trying to take that side-hustle from a daydream to reality.
This is how handmade businesses need to treat their customers at markets. We need to be realize that we all make mistakes and forget things at home. By having one simple piece of equipment, it is easy to save the sale.
Several members of the Successful Makers’ Society asked me about Etsy Pattern and that turned into a whole new host of blood pressure raising moments. Here are my Top 7 reasons you should run far away from Etsy Pattern.
It seems like it's an epidemic the last few weeks, I log into Facebook and in every.single.group I belong to that is meant to help small business owners and someone is asking why they aren't getting sales.
As handmade business owners we need to maximize our marketing efforts so we can get back to doing what we love, making. Promoting your business is a necessary step in being successful and, more importantly, profitable.