As retail store owners weigh how to safely reopen, curbside pickup provides an enticing middle ground for stores that want to increase local sales with less risk. With precautions in place, some craft businesses are using curbside service to connect with local customers — from a distance.
Artisan retailers and craft shops are connecting with customers via virtual personal shopping appointments, amid temporary store closures due to COVID-19.
In this panel discussion, three craft business owners with large Instagram followings explain how they use the platform to build an engaged audience.
Lion Brand Yarn hosted their first #StitchAroundTheWorld event Thursday. The livestream was billed as their “Biggest virtual crafting event ever.”
With in-person craft fairs across the country facing cancellations, Renegade Craft offers a new online-only Virtual Fair.
Faire is changing the way retailers shop for their stores. As trade shows face a wave of cancellations, could Faire’s online wholesale marketplace be right for your business?
Need something new to read? Check out our list of new books to offer inspiration and thoughtful reflection for your craft business.
The international trade fair for creative handicraft & hobby supplies h+h Cologne has been postponed, citing health and safety concerns.
Michaels craft classes are a place to grow your craft community and earn extra income. Is teaching at Michaels a good option for your craft business?
Lion Brand Yarn Studio in New York will close their doors on April 2, 2020, after 11 years selling yarn at their Union Square store.