Announcing Maker’s Biz 2017!
It’s taken everything in me NOT to share this with you until now and I am SO glad I finally get to let you know what I’ve secretly been working on for the last couple of months!
I am as excited as this booty-shaker boxer!
Seriously though, I am so excited to reveal this to you and I really hope you’re going to be as excited as I am!
I’ve put together a free online event called MAKER’S BIZ. Over 25 world-class experts and successful handmade entrepreneurs have come together to help you learn from their mistakes and grow your handmade shop.
With a range of experts talks and hands-on workshops, all the sessions are value-packed and action-oriented, to really allow you to implement what you’ve learnt and cut years of trial and error off your learning curve.
You will learn from leading experts such as Andreea Ayers, Lela Barker, Clare Yuille, Renae Christine, Lisa Jacobs, Jess Van Den, Kiffanie Stahle, Jennifer Lee, Tracy Matthews, Robin Kramer, Cassie Boorn, Tara Swiger, Holly Casto, dM Coles Johnson, Dani Marie, Cory Huff, Vickie Howell, Jenna Herbut, and lots more!
It starts on the 13th of March, lasts for 10 days and it’s organized like a roadmap, into 3 easy-to-follow steps:
Step 1 – LAUNCH:
Learn how to build a solid foundation for your handmade business: legal set up, pricing, branding, product collections, business plan, money management, and much more! All you need to start (or re-assess) your handmade shop.
Step 2 – SELL:
Start selling your products and making money! Pick the right channel to sell your products and reach your customers; and learn the best strategies to selling on your own website, on online marketplaces, at craft markets and to retail stores.
Step 3 – GROW:
Scale your handmade business and turn your shop into a successful and profitable biz! Learn from renowned experts the best social media and marketing tactics to drive more traffic and sales to your handmade shop (Facebook ads, email marketing, etc.)
You can watch this event from the comfort of your own house and save hundreds of dollars in training or fees to attend in-person conferences. Did I say it’s free already?!