Get Your Beaded Jewelry Into Shops and Boutiques: Learn How In a Live Webinar!

Once upon a time, I was an owner of a small fine craft, jewelry, and bead shop in upstate New York. It was quite the experience — for one thing, it was wonderful to have my own brick-and-mortar store where I could sell all of the handmade beaded jewelry I was making. I loved the small community that popped up around our beading classes, trunk shows, and it was always fun to be a part of the city-wide arts events.

The years I spent on the other side of the counter were quite an education in how to approach a shop owner when you want them to sell your handmade beaded jewelry. While most of the artists that walked through the door were well-prepared and professional in their presentation, there were many that were not. And if you want to have your handmade beaded jewelry sold in a brick-and-mortar gallery, shop, or boutique, you need to know how to be effective and professional when you approach and communicate with business owners.

Having your jewelry sold in a gallery, shop, or boutique can be a huge benefit for your jewelry business, especially if you understand the benefits of wholesale vs. consignment, how to track your inventory, and how to protect your own best interests when selling through someone else.

Do you think you’re ready to start marketing your finished beaded jewelry to local gift shops and boutiques? You won’t want to miss Sell Your Jewelry In Local Boutiques and Shops, a live jewelry business webinar on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 1 p.m. EST. Presented by jewelry artist Mysti Gulsrud, owner of Delphinium Design, you’ll learn just about everything you need to know to feel confident and professional when you take your jewelry business to the next level and start marketing your jewelry business to brick-and-mortar shops and galleries.

For most of us, selling our finished beaded jewelry in a shop, gallery, or boutique has distinct advantages, but it comes with a whole new set of tasks for successfully managing your inventory and income. Register now for Sell Your Jewelry in Local Boutiques and Shops and when you attend the live event, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and have them answered in real time at the end of the presentation. Learn what it takes to transform your jewelry-making hobby into a professional business, and learn how to make money selling your jewelry through local shops and galleries!

Bead Happy,



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