Founded in 1937, Museum of Contemporary Craft (MoCC) in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art is a vibrant center for investigation and dialogue that helps expand the definition and exploration of craft.
The Makery is a craft studio specializing in classes that are fun, engaging and well-suited to the needs of new and seasoned crafters. We also have an ever-expanding selection of crafting supplies and materials.
Do you use a jewelry pricing formula to determine how much to charge for your creations? There isn’t one “best” formula for pricing jewelry – and most artists who sell their jewelry come up with their own price calculation procedures.
Years ago, my bosses and I needed to finalize the pricing for a new line of software I was launching. In the room we had MBAs from Harvard (2), Stanford, Tuck and, I think, Wharton. We had three prices in mind, and the five of us couldn't agree.
One of the themes that has come up this week is that accelerated growth requires money. Whether it’s hiring a web designer, tackling a trade show, or simply buying materials for a new collection, everything has it’s cost. So how do you finance growth?
A while back, I ran a survey for CMBA readers about which business topics they were most interested in learning about, and marketing was at the top. That’s not really surprising. It’s easy to view marketing as the magic bullet to running a successful business.
Hi dearies! Today we are going to talk about pricing your items for your Etsy shop. So many of us underestimate the cost of our items, and not only do we suffer from it, but the handmade movement does as well.
It’s getting easier and easier for people to sell their handmade goods online. This is both a great thing and not-so-great thing. It’s safe to say that the online marketplace is crowded! There are crafters trying to run a business beside hobbyists that are selling goods for fun.
Pricing your products often is one of the most difficult aspects of owning a craft business. One thing to remember, though, is that pricing your products low won’t equal sales. Pricing your items fairly (which usually means higher than they are now) can increase your craft business sales.