We polled Craft Industry Alliance members and this is a list of their favorite swag, the stuff they still have and use years after the event has ended.
Craft fair organizers can take specific steps to make their events accessible to disabled attendees and vendors.
Networking might sound like a nightmare when you’re introverted by nature. But it’s super important to building your business and community, and it doesn’t have to be a drag.
A conference and/or tradeshow packing checklist to help you come prepared for business opportunities, and personal comfort!
Traveling to a show can be expensive, so it’s important to make each trip worthwhile. How should a craft business owner determine which shows to attend?
Exhibiting at trade shows gives a craft business owner a chance to get their products into the hands of potential wholesale clients. Here are some tips.
The Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival took place this past weekend. This is a terrific event for fiber enthusiasts of all sorts. Tara Swiger brings us this report.
Carol Ann Waugh attended Craftsy’s first Instructor Summit over the weekend and shares what they did and what she learned.
On today’s episode of the podcast, we’re talking about creative conferences with my guests Grace Dobush, an organizer of Midwest Craft Con, and Joy Uyeno, an organizer of The Hello Sessions. If you’ve ever considered organizing a conference or you’d like to teach at one or attend one, this episode is for you. Grace Dobush […]