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How to Sell What You Make (original 1990; edition 1990)

by Paul Gerhards (Author)

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Title:How to Sell What You Make
Authors:Paul Gerhards (Author)
Info:Stackpole (1990),
Collections:Your library, Craft, Crafting, non-fiction
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Tags:Non-Fiction, Business, Marketing, Crafting, Hand-Crafting, Sales

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Sell What You Make by Paul Gerhards (1990)

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Are you among the many talented and creative people who dream of making a living off things crafted by your own hands?
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If you worked in ceramics, wood, metal, fiber, glass, leather...
if you make gift items, furniture, kitchenware, clothing, jewelry ...
If you want to turn your hobby into a profitable business ...

    ............ YOU NEED  ..............
    How To Sell What You Make
    an invaluable reference work that will help you break into the national market for handcrafted goods.

Recognition may have been long in coming, but it's finally here. There's a growing market for handcrafted items, as more people discover hte pleasure and value of owning products of the finest quality made by craftspeople who take pride in their work.

You can take part in this renaissance, but you need to know how to reach your market, how to satisfy your customers, and how to run y our home-based busienss efficiently. How To Sell What You Make provides you with this information amd much, much more.
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"... Written for people who want to know more about what's necessary to get into the crafts business, including marketing, selling, and the day-to-day clerical aspects of running a business"--Preface.

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