Craft Industry Development Workshop – Take 2
Many local people have ideas and skills to provide unique products and services to be offered and sold on the Great Northern Peninsula and the world. Often what is lacking is knowledge and information about running a successful business. It is essential to provide entrepreneurs, local businesses and hobbyists with opportunities to learn. Government agencies, colleges, non-profits and for-profit businesses all offer courses and seminars. CBDC Nortip has arranged to have seminars run in local communities on a regular basis on topics of customer service, marketing, bookkeeping, business planning, social media and accounting.
There is an additional opportunity to attend a Craft Industry Development Workshop – Part II. Please see below:
Nordic Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with CBDC Nortip & INTRD, will be hosting a one day Pricing & Etsy Workshop from 10am-3pm on Wednesday, June 15th at the GNP Crafts in Shoal Cove East!
Everyone is welcome, but space is limited, so please confirm attendance by June 13th to confirm a space for you and/or anyone else you may know that is interested in learning
more about selling their unique craftwork.
Please forward to anyone who may be interested! Have a great day!
Take care,Andre Myers Economic Development Officer Nordic Economic Development Corporation Flower’s Cove, NL P.O. Box 160, A0K 2N0 Ph:(709) 456-2840 Fax: (709) 456-2846 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a crafter, hobbyist or interested individual come out and participate in this one day workshop.
Live Rural NL –
Christopher C. Mitchelmore
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Posted on June 12, 2011, in Art, Community Economic Development, Heritage and tagged business, Customer service, Economic development, Etsy, Flowers Cove, Great Northern Peninsula, Small business, Workshop. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.