This post is part of Getting Started series and is meant to be read after Getting Started III: Applying to Shows. As with all posts in this series, this advice is based on our experience, and, like all things, should be taken with a grain of salt.
This post is part of Getting Started series and is meant to be read after Getting Started II: Choosing Your First Shows. As with all posts in this series, this advice is based on our experience, and, like all things, should be taken with a grain of salt.
This tutorial will go through the steps to add events where you are a vendor, to your business Facebook page.
You’ve got stock, you’ve got a Facebook page for your business, and you’ve got some followers. Next step, apply for some events!
Choosing shows. There's nothing quite like opening up the calendar and being overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of the options. It's daunting. There's so many. How do you choose?
Starting off can be daunting! There are many things to consider and it can be overwhelming. Through trial and error you will discover what works for you. In this post, we will point out some of the key details that will give you a leg up and lead to your first show being a success – regardless of what you’re selling.
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There are many payment processing options to consider – but the one that has always won out during my considerations, especially when just getting started is Square.
As craft and vendor show enthusiasts, we spend a lot of time talking about the positive aspects of shows. We love pretty much everything about them. That said, it is important to always be able and willing to take a step back and consider shows critically.
What do you think of when you think of Farmers’ Markets? Do you think of fresh produce, cheeses, honey, and meats? I certainly do. (Now I’m hungry!) However, while farmers and producers are the centrepiece of Farmers’ Markets – they are far from the only thing!