Michaels CEO Mark Cosby was ousted after a disappointing third quarter in 2019; Ashley Buchanan has a tough year ahead as coronavirus ravages retailers.
New art pop-ups and installations are wowing visitors and becoming Instagram sensations. This Spring in Dallas, Sweet Tooth Hotel opens Intangible, an immersive art installation featuring the work of seven fiber artists.
As medical professionals face a shortage of personal protective equipment in hospitals and care facilities, could homemade fabric masks help?
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?
When Vogue Knitting LIVE in Seattle was canceled due to Coronavirus, sisters Alison Yates and Andrea Cull, founders of Knitrino, held what they dubbed the Virtual Knitting Extravaganza, which included livestreamed courses, lectures, and gatherings, along with a virtual marketplace that linked vendors’ online shops.
Need something new to read? Check out our list of new books to offer inspiration and thoughtful reflection for your craft business.
Attorney Kiffanie Stahle explains whether it’s possible to invoke an “Act of God” clause to end contracts that will become difficult to complete during a public health crisis.
Read 10 tips – from what you can do immediately to what you can do when the crisis is over – from Craft Industry Alliance, complete with resources to help you ensure your small craft business stays connected to customers during this public health crisis.
California’s AB5 labor law classifies most workers as employees rather than contractors, but for all small businesses, it’s a perfect opportunity to reevalute employment practices overall.
Bluprint’s new instructor dashboard lumps subscriber and a la carte customer questions together, making it nearly impossible for legacy instructors to honor their contracts.