Why you need to set up an order processing system – and how I do it.
Or perhaps you are still in the process of building your business, and haven’t yet launched at all.
Maybe you want to set up a regular launch schedule for not only new products, but new product lines.
Whatever you want to launch, this episode will give you some tips and strategies that will increase the likelihood of your launch being a success!
If you’d like more on this topic, I’m going to be releasing a whole workshop in March over in the Thriver Circle that covers this content and much more – AND we’re going to have a #LaunchParty project, so keep an eye out for that!
Finally – if you want an intensive guide to getting your business and shop launched, you might like to join me in March for Set Up Shop, my 30-day course that will help you go from Go to Whoa!
You can find out more here.
Maybe you want to grow beyond what one person can achieve. Perhaps you want to outsource the making so you can spend more time dreaming and designing.
Whatever the reason, figuring out exactly HOW to do this is a big challenge.
My guest on the show today – Britta Boeckmann – has done exactly that.
She has worked out how to outsource the making of her beautiful resin-based jewellery overseas in a way that is affordable and ethical. And in this episode, she shares her experiences of the process.
So if you want me to critique your online handmade shop, make sure that you’re a member of the Circle in February to get access to this special offer!
In this episode, I outline 10 steps to wholesale readiness – questions you need to ask yourself to know if selling wholesale is a good choice for your handmade business, and if so, are you ready to dive in?
If you’d like a free pdf copy of the questions and thinking points, scroll down and you’ll see just how to get a hold of that.
If you do decide that you want to sell wholesale, make sure you don’t miss out joining me and Melanie Augustin for our e-course Wholesale Know-How! Class starts Monday the 28th of August (2017, if you’re reading this in the future) and we only run the course once per year.