So you want to sell your handmade goods at craft shows.
Problem: You don’t know what to do with the space given to you, you are not sure how to lead your customers within your booth, and most importantly, you have no idea what to bring.
I have something for you! In the video below, you learn how to work with what the venue gives you and avoid customer confusion.
Also, don’t forget to bring:
- Backup signs
- Duct tape and clear packing tape
- Copy of business license
- Proof of business insurance
Actually, there’s more than that! You need to bring a complete craft show checklist. Why?
Here are some other benefits of using a craft show checklist:
You can save your brain power for more creative things. Since you don’t have to remember all the items you need to take, you can use your brain power for something more creative.
You can save time. You don’t need to spend time remembering the items, so you can devote the entire time on doing other important tasks.
You can delegate more easily. If you ever want to delegate the task (for example, through your assistant), your checklist will make it easier for you to do it. By giving the checklist to the person you delegate to, you can show exactly what you need.
Watch this video from The Repurposed Artist to learn how to easily overcome craft show set up problems:
Craft fairs are a wonderful opportunity to showcase your products and meet other artisans. I hope this post will help you have a great start and make your next show a success.
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