Business of Craft Podcast October Round-Up

Business of Craft Podcast October Round-Up

Business of Craft October round up

The Business of Craft podcast is for crafty business owners, bringing you a diverse range of experts to share their proven strategies for success – all in less than an hour. When you subscribe to the show, each new episodes will be available immediately in your listening library! We now have seventeen episodes full of conversation on current topics in the crafts industry. Click here for the podcast archive.

Business of Craft Topics
Each episode explores a topic by breaking it down to clarify not just why these points are important for your business but how to immediately put these ideas into play. You can listen to each 30-45 minute episode during your commute, walking on the treadmill, lunch break, or while you are working on your craft project.

Our host, Leanne Pressly, keeps the conversation focused because your time is important. Of course, we do indulge in a bit of fun to learn more about our guest’s lighter side. There are business lessons in the vegetable garden, changes in hockey, and a breakdown of different dyeing techniques.

Episode Highlights
Business of Craft Episode 17: Claudia Raessler, of Maine Dye and Textiles (formerly the Saco River Dyehouse) shares history of the dyehouse, the state of yarn mills in the United States, and scaling a business.

Business of Craft Episode 16: Pokey Bolton of Crafting a Life, LLC shares her experience in creating destination events for crafty businesses and nurturing the next generation of crafters.

Business of Craft Episode 15: Dave Van Stralen of Louet North America discusses changing your model and the challenges of international business. Dave also provides insight to the changes you can expect at the 2018 TNNA industry show in January.

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Rebecca Huben

Rebecca obtained her master’s degree in chemistry fully planned to become an Environmental Chemist before her passion for knitting derailed that plan. She’s got the best of both brains: creative and open-minded thinking combined with attention to detail, schedules, and deadlines make her a well-balanced account manager. She loves test-knitting, tech editing, and dabbling in design. She’s still a self-proclaimed science geek and loves to spend time reading, or hanging out with her husband and two children. View her current knitting portfolio on Ravelry.

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