Start & Run a Craft Business (EPUB)

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ISBN: 978-1-77040-852-4

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If you want to turn your hobby into a home-based, money-making venture or improve your current sales, you will benefit from the dozens of tips and veteran insights inside this ebook.


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This exceptional book, a perennial best-seller, is currently in its seventh print edition. Updated content includes discussion of how you can use the Internet to benefit your craft business. If you want to turn your hobby into a money-making venture or improve your current sales, you will benefit from the dozens of tips inside this book.

  • Profit from the popularity of handmade crafts
  • Make things that sell
  • Find markets for your crafts
  • Make use of the Internet

Written for anyone who has ever considered taking up crafts or is already involved in crafts as a hobby or business. The seventh edition includes essential information about:

  • Discovering which crafts sell
  • Determining your skill level
  • Setting competitive prices
  • Choosing the best sales outlets
  • Increasing production
  • The Internet as a sales tool

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Market Global
PDF Preview Download URL http://www.self-counsel.com/docs/SR_craft.pdf
Operating System This eBook is in the EPUB 2.1 format and will work with any reading device or desktop software which supports this format or earlier versions. Learn more about buying and installing ebooks here.
File Size 1.9 MB
ISBN 978-1-77040-852-4
Library Sales? Not for sale to libraries.

Author Details

Author Details - William G. Hynes

William G. Hynes began making handcrafted furniture while still a university student. A few years later, he and his wife set up their own craft business. They explored the market, as recommended in this book, and finally decided to specialize in stuffed toys, puppets, and pillows. Their business grew quickly, and soon they had 16 full-time employees.

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