How is it possible to make a living from a craft? Find out by following the nine-part Small Business Connect series “Crafting Your Business”.
This is the third part of the nine-series.
To get the full series go to SmallBusinessConnect.co.za/craft.
If you want to create a successful craft business, you need to understand that every product, involves a journey.
In the previous edition, we covered the second part of this series, “Prototype & Sampling”.
The third part of this series, featured in this edition, focuses on “Materials”.
Read more about Anna Richerby and how she started Beloved Beadwork on this page.
The Crafting Your Business series is based on the e-book, “Growing Your Creative Business – a guide for craft producers, designers and other creatives” which was commissioned by the Department of Arts and Culture and developed in partnership with the Cape Craft and Design Institute (CCDI)
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