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Did you know that small business management classes are available for free? There is a good chance that there are offices and a professional mentor available within 100 miles to help you launch your small jewelry business. This article will explore the amazing array of services offered by the SBA, SBDC, and SCORE. It will also explain how these organizations are alike and different from one another.
There are a lot of options for selling your jewelry online. Read on to learn the benefits of having your own website and which e-commerce platforms are popular. Make sure to find the right website platform for your jewelry business.
by Lisa Lehmann
Being a jewelry maker comes with the task of not only creating beautiful pieces, but telling your story when you sell them to strangers. Lisa Lehmann has advice for how to connect with your customers to create a one-of-a-kind experience.
Despite the age-old adage "Never judge a book by its cover" it's a part of human nature to do so. When it comes to running a jewelry business, your brand is your book cover, so follow our tips to make sure it will draw customers in.
by Erica Stice
Trying to find a way to bring in new clientele? Incorporate these 5 unisex designs into your existing jewelry line to expand your collection.
Now more than ever your jewelry brand needs to have a strong online presence. This usually means selling on more platforms than just your website. Whether it’s through your social media pages or a marketplace like Etsy or Amazon, it can be tricky to keep track of everything. I reached out to a few jewelry artists to get some tips on how they maintain all of their platforms and sell jewelry online.
When you're ready to hire help for your jewelry business tasks, consider building a team of independent contractors. Read through Kristen Baird's experience of hiring her team and her tips to help you successfully hire your own team.