Rethink your creative practice and business with these three inspiring books.
The key to having a sustainable business (one that can survive anything life throws at you) is to plan for the stuff life throws at all of us.
Often people assume that having an online business is cheaper than owning a brick-and-mortar shop, but is that really true? What are the actual costs involved in running an online business?
Consultants can work with businesses on a variety of tasks, including teaching, identifying problems and simply providing objectivity.
Angela Bowman has a corporate background as a business analyst, so she’s compiled a well-rounded (and not boring!) group of business books that are helpful to creative business owners.
Buying and selling is definitely a viable option for many websites and can be a positive experience, but there’s some things to consider before you jump in.
Owners of craft businesses face many challenges. Learn about the benefits of having a strategic plan and how to develop one in this webinar.
Carrie Bloomston teaches how to make sure your professional goals come from both head and heart. A vision board project is included in this webinar!
Owning a business that both spouses work for can be wonderful. Here are some things to consider about this type of business relationship!
What if you die? Here’s some information to help you start thinking about (and planning for) what you want to happen with your business if tragedy strikes.
Here’s a spreadsheet created for Craft Industry Alliance members to use for emergency and tragedy business planning. Don’t leave your loved ones unprepared!