Take the Leap: Learn How to Sell Your Handmade Beaded Jewelry at Craft Shows!

Are you ready to expand your jewelry business and start selling your handmade beaded jewelry at craft shows? Selling your jewelry in-person at craft shows is a great way to make sales, bring in income, and start relationships with repeat customers. It's a wonderful experience for both buyer and seller as buyers can see and handle your beautifully crafted jewelry, and you get the satisfaction of watching your work go to good homes.

You may already have an online store or website for selling your jewelry, but packing, transporting, displaying, and selling your jewelry requires a completely different set of skills, not to mention jewelry displays, table coverings, and marketing materials. If you're ready to take the leap and expand your jewelry business, increase sales, and cultivate repeat customers, you won't want to miss our live webinar, The Business of Jewelry: How to Make Money Selling Beaded Jewelry at Craft Shows with jewelry artist Lorelei Eurto, on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 1 p.m. EST.

In this live webinar, Lorelei will take you from how to apply to your first craft shows, all the way to setting up for a successful day of sales. Learn best practices for packing and transporting your inventory and equipment, how to protect your setup overnight or in inclement weather, and how to be a gracious hostess to every customer that comes to your booth.

If you can't make it to the live event, don't worry — register now, and you'll be among the first to receive the archived recording of the presentation that you can download and keep. You can refer to it again and again as you plan your next jewelry business venture, and start selling your handmade beaded jewelry at craft shows! I hope you can join us to learn more about how to be a success when you start selling your handmade jewelry at craft shows. Register today for The Business of Jewelry: How to Make Money Selling Beaded Jewelry at Craft Shows with Lorelei Eurto and learn how to take your jewelry business on the road!

Bead Happy,

Jennifer

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