Selling Your Crafts: Revised Edition
Drawing upon profiles of established artisans and the helpful insights of small-business entrepreneurs, this unique guide not only gives tactics for promoting and marketing crafts, but also provides the necessary forms for getting a business up and running. The book details how to network effectively and build a customer base, listing organizations, business associations, and crafts publications that offer further sources of information. Filled with easy-to-understand examples and sample forms and contracts, this book provides the essential tools for prospering in the crafts business, as well as the resources needed to keep savvy as business grows.
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