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How Do You Set Prices for Handmade Goods?
So you want to sell your work at a craft market. One of the most common questions that new makers ask is how to set prices. We all know that everything has a price, but we seldom think about why … Continue reading
Posted in Market, Wood and Woodwork, Woodenware Tagged art, craft, craft fair, craft market, marketing, price point, price tag, pricing, sales, selling 3 Comments
How to Not Grow a Business
Most successful businesses have a growth mentality. But I don’t want to grow anymore. I want my craft market enterprise to shrink gracefully. Continue reading
Posted in Market, Musings, Wood and Woodwork, Woodenware Tagged business, craft market, farmer's market, farmers market, growth, Market, price, pricing, production schedule, production time, shrinking gracefully, spoon making, time, value, vendor 1 Comment